S-4.2, r. 0.1 - Regulation respecting the certification of community or private resources offering addiction lodging

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60. The operator of an addiction resource must keep a file for each person lodged containing, in particular,
(1)  the person’s name, date of birth and contact information;
(2)  where applicable, the contact information of the person’s representative and a description of the acts that the representative is authorized to perform for the person;
(3)  the contact information of a person who may be contacted in an emergency or, if the person is a minor, of a parent or tutor;
(4)  the service contract referred to in section 18 entered into with the person or the person’s representative, where applicable;
(5)  where applicable, the written consent to services other than those already provided for in the contract entered into under section 18;
(6)  assessments conducted under section 19 and paragraph 1 of section 24;
(7)  the individualized intervention plan established under section 23;
(8)  the follow-up plan drawn up under section 24;
(9)  every incident and accident report made pursuant to the procedure referred to in the second paragraph of section 70, where applicable;
(10)  the consent obtained by the operator for each disclosure of personal information concerning the person;
(11)  a summary of the person’s stay;
(12)  the list of all medication and dosage;
(13)  a description of the person’s health problems that must be taken into account in the event of an emergency, including any allergies;
(14)  notes concerning the person’s progress during the stay;
(15)  any information provided by a third person concerning the person; and
(16)  any other information or document that must be placed in the person’s file pursuant to this Regulation.
The files of the persons lodged must be kept on the premises of the resource during the stay of the persons.
In addition, the information contained in the file of a person lodged must be kept up to date and the case workers must sign and date any note added to the file.
694-2016O.C. 694-2016, s. 60.
In force: 2016-08-04
60. The operator of an addiction resource must keep a file for each person lodged containing, in particular,
(1)  the person’s name, date of birth and contact information;
(2)  where applicable, the contact information of the person’s representative and a description of the acts that the representative is authorized to perform for the person;
(3)  the contact information of a person who may be contacted in an emergency or, if the person is a minor, of a parent or tutor;
(4)  the service contract referred to in section 18 entered into with the person or the person’s representative, where applicable;
(5)  where applicable, the written consent to services other than those already provided for in the contract entered into under section 18;
(6)  assessments conducted under section 19 and paragraph 1 of section 24;
(7)  the individualized intervention plan established under section 23;
(8)  the follow-up plan drawn up under section 24;
(9)  every incident and accident report made pursuant to the procedure referred to in the second paragraph of section 70, where applicable;
(10)  the consent obtained by the operator for each disclosure of personal information concerning the person;
(11)  a summary of the person’s stay;
(12)  the list of all medication and dosage;
(13)  a description of the person’s health problems that must be taken into account in the event of an emergency, including any allergies;
(14)  notes concerning the person’s progress during the stay;
(15)  any information provided by a third person concerning the person; and
(16)  any other information or document that must be placed in the person’s file pursuant to this Regulation.
The files of the persons lodged must be kept on the premises of the resource during the stay of the persons.
In addition, the information contained in the file of a person lodged must be kept up to date and the case workers must sign and date any note added to the file.
694-2016O.C. 694-2016, s. 60.