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1 ized to represent the United States with respect to this Act. 2 (j) "Inpatient services" includes all treatment and re3 habilitation services for drug abuse and drug dependence 4 provided for a resident patient while he spends full time in a 5 treatment institution.

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6 (k) "Intermediate care services" includes all treatment 7 and rehabilitation services for drug abuse and drug dependence provided for a resident patient while he spends part 9 time in a treatment institution (including but not limited to a halfway house, hostel, or foster home) which is community 11 based and located so as to be quickly and easily accessible to

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patients.

(1) "Outpatient services" includes all treatment and 14 rehabilitation services (including but not limited to clinics, 15 social centers, vocational rehabilitation services, welfare

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centers, and job referral services) for drug abuse and drug

dependence provided while the patient is not a resident of a

treatment institution, which are community based and located so as to be quickly and easily accessible to patients.

(m) "Prevention and treatment" includes all appropri21 ate forms of educational programs and services (including 22 but not limited to radio, television, films, books, pamphlets, 23 lectures, adult education, and school courses); planning, co24 ordinating, statistical, research, training, evaluation, reporting, classification, and other administrative, scientific, or

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1 technical programs or services; and screening, diagnosis, 2 treatment (emergency medical care, inpatient, intermediate 3 care, and outpatient), vocational rehabilitation, job training 4 and referral, and other rehabilitation programs or services. 5 (n) "Secretary" means the Secretary of Health, Edu6 cation, and Welfare.

7 (o) "State" includes the District of Columbia, the 8 Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, and 9 the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.

10 TITLE III-DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

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ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ADMINISTRATION

14 SEC. 301. (a) There is hereby established within the 15 Public Health Service of the Department of Health, Edu16 cation, and Welfare a Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment, 17 and Rehabilitation Administration. The Administration shall 18 develop and conduct a comprehensive health, education, and 19 rehabilitation program for the prevention and treatment of 20 drug abuse and drug dependence.

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(b) (1) The Administration shall be under the direc22 tion of a Commissioner, who shall be appointed by the

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(2) Section 5316 of title 5, United States Code, relating

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1 to positions at level V of the Executive Schedule, is amended 2 by adding at the end thereof the following new item:

3 "(130) Commissioner, Drug Abuse Prevention, Treat4 ment, and Rehabilitation Administration, Department of 5 Health, Education, and Welfare."

6 (c) The Administration and its programs and services 7 shall be staffed with an adequate number of personnel, who 8 shall possess appropriate qualifications and competence, and 9 some of whom may formerly have been drug abusers or drug 10 dependent persons. Prior criminal arrests or convictions shall 11 not be a bar to such employment.

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ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATION

SEC. 302. It shall be the duty of the Administration with respect to its administrative functions to

(a) administer any service or program relating to the prevention and treatment of drug abuse and drug dependence pursuant to a request in accordance with section 304 (a) of this Act;

(b) administer the program for treatment and rehabilitation of Federal offenders established under title IV

of this Act;

(c) review and provide in writing an evaluation of the adequacy and appropriateness of the provisions relating to the prevention and treatment of drug abuse and

drug dependence of all comprehensive State health, wel

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fare, and rehabilitation plans submitted to the Federal Government pursuant to Federal law, including but not limited to those submitted pursuant to section 35 (a)

(15) of title 29 and sections 246 (a) (2) (L), 291c (a)

(4), 1396a (a) (31), and 2684 (11) of title 42 of the United States Code;

(d) administer the grants and contracts authorized under title VII of this Act; and

(e) administer any other service or program, or take any other action, consistent with the intent and objectives of this Act.

PLANNING FUNCTIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATION

SEC. 303. It shall be the duty of the Administration with

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(a) develop a detailed and comprehensive Federal drug abuse and drug dependence control plan to implement the objectives and policies of this Act. The plan shall be submitted to Congress as soon as practicable, but

not later than one year after the enactment date of this 20 Act. It shall be reviewed annually and submitted to Congress with any appropriate revisions as part of the Administration's annual report. The Commissioner shall, in developing the comprehensive Federal plan, consult and collaborate with all appropriate Federal, State, and

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public and private nonprofit agencies, institutions, and

organizations. The plan shall specify how all available health, welfare, educational, and rehabilitation resources, and how funds, programs, services, and facilities authorized under existing Federal legislation, are to be utilized;

(b) develop model drug abuse and drug dependence control plans for State and local governments, utilizing the concepts incorporated in the comprehensive Federal plan. The model plans shall be reviewed on a periodic basis and revised to keep them current. They shall specify

how all types of community resources and existing Federal legislation may be utilized; and

(c) provide assistance and consultation to State and local governments, public and private nonprofit agencies, institutions, and organizations, and individuals with respect to the prevention and treatment of drug abuse and drug dependence.

COORDINATION FUNCTIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATION

SEC. 304. It shall be the duty of the Administration with 20 respect to its coordinating functions to—

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(a) assist the Civil Service Commission, the Department of Defense, the Veterans' Administration, and other Federal departments and agencies in the development and maintenance of appropriate prevention, treat

ment, and rehabilitation programs and services for drug

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