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Summary:

The Attorney General's biannual survey of alcohol and drug abuse in schoolchildren shall be conducted in a way that ensures the confidentiality of the surveyed students.

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All personal information and records obtained by the county for its alcohol and drug programs are confidential and may be disclosed only in instances outlined in Welf. & Inst. Code 5328. Violations will be subject to penalties.

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The State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs shall not require that a narcotic treatment program disclose the identity of patients or former patients or any records containing identifying information except as provided in Health & Safety Code 11845.5

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(b) Mental health records: patient records or portions of it relating to evaluation or treatment of a mental disorder, including alcohol and drug abuse records; and (d) Patient records: records maintained by a health care provider relating to health history, diagnosis, or condition of a patient or relating to treatment.

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Defines "alcohol and drug abuse records"

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This chapter does not require a health care provider to permit access to alcohol and drug abuse records that is prohibited by federal and other laws. Records subject to those laws are subject to this chapter to the extent that disclosure is permitted. This chapter does not require a health care provider to allow access of records of communicable disease carriers that is prohibited by law to protect confidentiality.

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The identity and records of any patient maintained in connection with the performance of any alcohol and other drug abuse treatment shall be confidential and only disclosed with prior written consent of the patient unless the disclosure is to a qualified profession person employed in the treatment program, qualified medical persons to the extent necessary to meet a medical emergency, qualified personnel conducting research but such a person may not identify the patient.

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The treatment plan of a minor for drug and alcohol abuse shall include the involvement of the minor's parent or guardian, if appropriate, as determined by the professional person or treatment facility treating the minor. The professional person providing medical care or counseling to a minor shall state in the minor's treatment record whether and when the professional person attempted to contact the minor's parent or guardian, and whether the attempt was successful or not, or the reason why, in the opinion of the professional person, it would not be appropriate to contact the minor's parent or guardian.

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The CMIA does not apply to certain mental health and drug abuse treatment records, as enumerated in the section. These other California and federal laws control the disclosure and use of confidential medical information, and prevail over the general provisions of the CMIA.

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Persons involved in the provision of services relating to the treatment and rehabilitation of licentiates impaired by alcohol or dangerous drugs, shall retain all records and documents for audit by the department. Records/documents are confidential and are not subject to discovery or subpoena.

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