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TITLE 66
STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS
CHAPTER 3
HOSPITALIZATION OF MENTALLY ILL
66-338.Conditional release. Except for patients confined pursuant to section 18-211, 18-212, 18-214 or 20-520, Idaho Code, upon determining that a patient may be released without imminent risk or harm due to mental illness, the department director or his designated representative may release a patient from an inpatient treatment facility on the condition that the patient receive outpatient treatment pursuant to a written treatment plan as specified by the department director or his designee or as amended pursuant to this chapter. For purposes of this chapter, "conditional release" shall refer to the situation in which a patient is discharged from an inpatient treatment facility and dispositioned to an outpatient facility, but shall not include absences, such as escape or other absences wherein the patient is expected to return to the inpatient facility upon a certain date or occurrence of an event.

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