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Закон РФ от 02.07.1992 N 3185-1 - О психиатрической помощи и гарантиях прав граждан при ее оказании (Law of the Russian Federation of 02.07.1992 N 3185-1 - On Psychiatric Care and Guarantees of the rights of citizens under such care)

Government of Russian Federation Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Russian Federation 2 July 1992 Legislation/regulation mental health care, mental health service, mental health treatment

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Устанавливает правовые, организационные и экономические принципы оказания психиатрической помощи в Российской Федерации.
Психиатрическая помощь оказывается при добровольном обращении лица или с его согласия, за исключением случаев применения принудительных мер медицинского характера по решению суда в отношении лиц, страдающих психическими расстройствами, совершивших общественно опасные деяния, и других случаев, предусмотренных законом.
Устанавливаются виды психиатрической помощи и социальной поддержки, гарантируемые государством.
Психиатрическую помощь оказывают государственные, негосударственные психиатрические и психоневрологические учреждения и частнопрактикующие врачи-психиатры, имеющие лицензии. Психиатрическая помощь включает в себя психиатрическое освидетельствование, диспансерное наблюдение, лечение в психиатрическом стационаре. Закон поправками 02.07.2013.

The law establishes the legal, organizational and economic principles of mental health care in the Russian Federation.
Psychiatric care is provided after voluntary referral of a person or with his consent, except in cases of compulsory medical treatment upon court order in case when a person with a mental disorder has committed dangerous acts.
The law establishes the types of mental health services and social support guaranteed by the state.
Psychiatric care is provided by state, private psychiatric and neuropsychiatric institutions and private psychiatrists with a license. Mental health care includes psychiatric assessment, dispensary observation and treatment in a psychiatric hospital. Law amended on 02.07.2013.

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