Establishing policies and procedures for emergencies.
The governing body of a recipient shall adopt written policies and procedures to guide the recipient in undertaking emergency cases or matters not within the recipient's established priorities. Emergencies include those non-priority cases or matters that require immediate legal action to:
(a) Secure or preserve the necessities of life,
(b) Protect against or eliminate a significant risk to the health or safety of the client or immediate family members, or
(c) Address other significant legal issues that arise because of new and unforeseen circumstances.
Title 45 published on 2012-10-01
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