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hygiene law, the total amount advanced reimbursed

to localities voluntary agencies pursuant to this appropriation shall be limited to the amount of the appropriation. The amount available shall be apportioned pursuant to a financial aid plan developed in accordance with sections 41. 18 and 41. 23 of the mental hygiene law and approved by the agency head and the director of the budget with copies of such approved state aid financial plan to

be filed with the chairmen of the senate finance and assembly ways

and committees. Notwithstanding section two of chapter nine hundred nine of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-four, the director of the budget shall transfer sufficient funds from this appropriation to the general fund-local assistance account of the income maintenance program in the department of social services for its actual net increased costs incurred pursuant to chapter nine hundred nine of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-four. Final reconciliation of such transfer shall not take place until

reports of actual net increased payments made by local social services districts, pursuant to chapter nine hundred nine of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-four, are provided to the commissioner of the department of social services, the director of the budget, and the directors of the offices of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and substance abuse services, in a manner prescribed by the missioner of the department of social ser

vices Notwithstanding any provision of law to the

contrary, for payment of state grants to localities and voluntary agencies for up to one hundred per centum of the net operating costs associated with alcoholism prevention and treatment consortia

programs

in counties with populations less than two hundred thousand. No expenditure shall be made herefrom until a plan for rural counties consortia programs has been filed by the director of the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and approved

by the director of the budget Notwithstanding any provision of law to the

contrary, for payment of state grants to localities and voluntary agencies for up to one

hundred per centum of the net

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deficit of developmental and operating costs associated with new or expanded alcoholism crisis center beds. No expenditure shall be made herefrom until a plan for such development or expansion has been filed by the director of the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and approved

by the director of the budget. In addition to any other information which

the director of the budget may require such plan shall also include the following: (a) Guidelines specifying allowable costs relating to the acquisition, rehabilitation and improvement of crisis bed facilities. (b) A description of essential physical plant features

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codes which shall be required of crisis bed facilities for purposes of certification. (c) Proposed operating standards for crisis bed facilities relating to staffing, record keeping, reimbursement practices and any other standards which the director of the division may require. (d) An outline and implementation schedule for quality assurance activities with respect to crisis bed facilities. (e) A determination by the director of the division, made in consultation with the director of the division of substance abuse services, regarding the advisability of joint certification of crisis beds by the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and the division of substance abuse services. As part of such determination the director shall render explanation of his decision which shall be based

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clinical and programmatic grounds. In the event that the director determines that such joint certification is in the best interests of the clients to be served by such facilities he shall proceed to develop agreement with the director of the division of substance abuse services regarding the implementation of such joint certification. Such agreement shall be contained in the plan mandated by this section and shall be implemented upon the approval of

the director of the budget. Such plan shall be submitted to the director

of the budget no later than July first, nineteen hundred eighty-five for his review and approval. Copies of such plan shall be also filed with the chairman of the

senate finance committee and the

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chairman of the assembly ways and means

committee. Additionally, the director of the division,

in consultation with the director of the division of substance abuse services, shall prepare a listing of existing alcoholism programs for chemically dependent persons which are appropriate for joint certification by the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and the division of substance abuse services. Such listing and joint certification standards shall be submitted to the director of the budget for his review and approval no later

than December thirty-first, nineteen hundred eighty-five. Copies of such listing and standards shall also be filed with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Upon the approval of the director of the budget the director of the division and the director of the division of substance abuse services shall implement joint certification standards at pro

grams listed pursuant to this section ...... Notwithstanding any provision of law to the

contrary, for payment of state grants to localities and voluntary agencies for the state's share of start-up

and operating costs associated with certified community alcoholism residential beds, including up to

hundred per centum of the net deficit costs for approved pre-operational expenses, and

up to fifty per centum of approved gross operating costs pursuant to section 41. 33 of the mental hygiene law. The director of the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse shall promulgate regulations, subject to the approval the director of the budget, defining allowable pre-operational and operational community

residence costs ... State aid for services and expenses related

to local alcoholism projects and programs For payment of state grants to localities

and voluntary agencies for demonstration programs pursuant to sections 41. 18 and 41. 23 of the mental hygiene law

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Special Revenue Funds Federal
Federal Health and Human Services Block Grant Fund - 269

For expenditures related to federal grant

years beginning October first, nineteen hundred eighty-four and ending September thirtieth, nineteen hundred eighty-five in

accordance with the following: Allocations from this account shall be lim

ited to the lesser of the amount appropri

ated or grant award. For projects approved by the director of the

division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse to be advanced or reimbursed pursuant to section 41. 32 of the mental hygiene law and for payment of state grants to localities and voluntary agencies for demonstration

programs pursuant to sections 41. 18 and 41. 23 of such law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, demonstration programs providing community residential services may be extended for a fifth year of funding, subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, up to two hundred thousand dollars ($ 200,000) appropriated herein may be transferred, subject to the approval the director of the budget, to the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse's State Operations Special Revenue Fund Federal program for the purpose of directly contracting with notfor-profit voluntary agencies providing alcoholism-related services. The amount available shall be apportioned in accordance with plan approved by the agency head and the director of the budget

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years beginning October first, nineteen hundred eighty-five and ending September thirtieth, nineteen hundred eighty-six in

accordance with the following: Allocations from this account shall be lim

ited to the lesser of the amount appropri

ated or grant award. For projects approved by the director of the

division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse

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For payment of financial assistance in accordance with the

following schedule, net of disallowances, for community substance abuse programs pursuant to article 25 of the mental hygiene law including a sum sufficient to support contract services for the operation of a patient registry for the prevention of simultaneous enrollment in multiple methadone treatment programs. All revenues available to the providers of substance abuse services including patient fees shall be considered in determining financial assistance to such providers. The comptroller shall create separate accounts for each item in the schedule and control the expenditure of

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funds accordingly. The amount available shall be apportioned pursuant to a financial aid plan developed in accordance with article 25 of the mental hygiene law in a manner prescribed by the agency head and approved by the director of the budget, with copies of such approved state aid financial plan filed with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. In addition to such plan, the director of the division of substance abuse services shall provide a spending plan for the use of all appropriated funds in manner and form prescribed by the director of the budget. Such a plan shall also include a plan for the development of five hundred (500) beds for expanded residential treatment programs. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the

moneys made available for the development of five hundred (500) beds for expanded residential treatment programs may be made available for payment of up to

hundred (100) per centum of the net deficit of the development costs of such beds. Furthermore, the director of the division, shall in consultation with the director of the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse, make determination regarding the advisability of joint certification of such expanded residential treatment programs by the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and the division

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