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Prevention and Treatment 19 GCA Chapter 15

Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse; Government of Guam Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Guam 29 December 2009 Legislation/regulation education, prevention, primary care

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This Legislation covers the following areas;

- Public Health Plan for reducing Family Violence
- Standards for Health care facilities, practitioners and personnel
- Specialized procedure and curricula concerning family violence
- Notice of Rights of Victims and remedies and Services available
- Hospital required to provide certain information to parents
- Regulation of Programs for intervention for Perpetrators
- Continuing education for peace officers concerning family violence
- Community education
- Continuing education for attorneys
- Required curricula for education system
- Continuing education for other government Guam agencies

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