Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 30. Mental Health
Section 890. Provision For Personal Needs Upon Discharge.
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AS 47.30.890. Provision For Personal Needs Upon Discharge.

The department shall ensure that

(1) a patient is not discharged from a treatment facility without suitable clothing; and

(2) a discharged indigent patient is furnished

(A) suitable transportation to the patient's permanent residence in this state or to another suitable place at the discretion of the department; and

(B) a reasonable amount of money to meet the patient's immediate needs.

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