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Title 23, Chapter 23-10.1 Emergency Commitment for Drug Intoxication

Government of Rhode Island Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Rhode Island 31 December 2005 Legislation/regulation prevention, substance use

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This section covers emergency commitment for drug intoxication which is defined as an altered physiological substance or psychoactive substances, in which normal functioning is seriously impeded.

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