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Kārtība, kādā veicama obligātā ārstēšana bērniem, kuriem radušies psihiski vai uzvedības traucējumi alkoholisko dzērienu, narkotisko, psihotropo vai citu apreibinošu vielu lietošanas dēļ, un kārtība, kādā sociālās korekcijas izglītības iestādēs bērniem nodrošināma obligātā ārstēšana no alkohola, narkotisko un psihotropo vielu atkarības

The Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Albania, Latvia 1 January 2014 Policy document mental health care, mental health treatment

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Noteikumi nosaka kārtību, kādā veicama obligātā ārstēšana bērniem, kuriem radušies psihiski vai uzvedības traucējumi alkoholisko dzērienu, narkotisko, psihotropo vai citu apreibinošu vielu lietošanas dēļ, kā arī kārtību, kādā sociālās korekcijas izglītības iestādēs bērniem nodrošināma obligātā ārstēšana no alkohola, narkotisko un psihotropo vielu atkarības.

These regulations prescribe the procedures for the mandatory medical treatment of children having mental dysfunction or behavioral disorders due to the use of alcoholic beverages, narcotic, toxic or other intoxicating substances, as well as the procedures for the provision of mandatory medical treatment for addiction to alcohol, narcotic and psychotropic substances at social correctional education institutions.

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