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What Is in California’s Code of Regulations Title 9?

Rehabilitative and Developmental Services

By Chris Micheli, May 6, 2022 6:23 am

The California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 9 is one of 27 Titles that contain state regulations. Title 9, called “Rehabilitative and Developmental Services,” contains 4 Divisions. There are also numerous chapters and articles containing regulatory sections, or individual regulations. The following is a broad overview of CCR Title 9.

Division 1 Department of Mental Health

Chapter 1. Requirements for Operation of Private Institutions

Chapter 2. Conflict of Interest Code – 1 Section

Chapter 3. Community Mental Health Services Under the Short-Doyle Act – 100 Sections

Chapter 3.5. Mental Health Rehabilitation Centers – 177 Sections

Chapter 4. Community Mental Health Services Under the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act – 50 Sections

Chapter 4.5. Patients’ Rights and Related Procedures for Non-Lanterman-Petris-Short Act Patients in Department of Mental Health Facilities – 10 Sections

Chapter 5. Conduct of Research and Patient Data Information Requirements in Facilities Providing Service Under Divisions 5, 6, or 7 of the Welfare and Institutions Code – 4 Sections

Chapter 6. Joint Regulations for Handicapped Children -Interagency Responsibilities for Providing Services to Handicapped Children – 1 Section

Chapter 7. Acute and Nonacute Levels of 24-Hour Mental Health Care Provided by County Mental Health Agencies in Correctional Treatment Centers – 15 Sections

Chapter 8. Recovery Houses [Repealed]

Chapter 9. Audit Appeals of Community Mental Health Services Under the Short-Doyle Act – 28 Sections

Chapter 10. Medi-Cal Psychiatric Inpatient Hospital Services [Repealed]

Chapter 11. Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Services – 203 Sections

Chapter 12. Mental Health Program Standards for the Community Treatment Facility – 39 Sections

Chapter 14. Mental Health Services Act – 160 Sections

Chapter 15. Assessment of Sexually Violent Predators – 10 Sections

Chapter 16. State Hospital Operations – 16 Sections

Chapter 17. Enhanced Treatment Program – 11 Sections

Division 3 Department of Rehabilitation

Chapter 1. Definitions and Terms – 279 Sections

Chapter 1.5. Informed Choice – 1 section

Chapter 1.7. Rights and Responsibilities of Individuals with Disabilities; Applicants; Eligible Individuals – 2 Sections

Chapter 2. Referral and Application Processes; Order of Selection; Eligibility; Record of Services; Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) – 51 Sections

Chapter 2.5. Client Assistance Program [Repealed]

Chapter 3. Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Individuals with Disabilities – 38 Sections

Chapter 4. Standards for Closing the Record of Services – 9 Sections

Chapter 5. Client Financial Participation; Loaned Property; Similar Benefits – 9 Sections

Chapter 6. Business Enterprises Program for the Blind – 48 Sections

Chapter 7. Special Programs – 30 Sections

Chapter 8. Standards for Facilities and Providers of Service – 12 Sections

Chapter 9. Authorization of Services – 3 Sections

Chapter 10. Rates of Payment – 3 Sections

Chapter 11. Rehabilitation Facilities and Community Resources for Individuals with Disabilities – 7 Sections

Chapter 12. Administrative Review, Mediation, Fair Hearing and Discrimination Complaint Procedures – 15 Sections

Chapter 14. Employee Activities – 4 Sections

Division 4 Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs

Chapter 1. Administration of the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs – 2 Sections

Chapter 2. Development and Administration of County Alcohol Programs – 26 Sections

Chapter 2.5. Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 and Substance Abuse Treatment and Testing Accountability Program – 15 Sections

Chapter 2.6. Offender Treatment Program – 1 Sections

Chapter 3. Programs for Alcohol and Drug Impaired Drivers – 53 Sections

Chapter 4. Narcotic Treatment Programs – 173 Sections

Chapter 5. Licensure of Residential Alcoholism or Drug Abuse Recovery or Treatment Facilities – 180 Sections

Chapter 5.5. Licensure and Certification Fees for Outpatient Programs and Residential Alcoholism or Drug Abuse Recovery or Treatment Facilities – 2 Sections

Chapter 6. Nondiscrimination in Programs or Activities Receiving State Financial Assistance – 42 Sections

Chapter 7. Resident Run Housing Program (RRHP) – 20 Sections

Chapter 8. Certification of Alcohol and Other Drug Counselors – 16 Sections

Chapter 10. Immigrant Status Verification for Licensure or Certification Applicants – 1 Section

Chapter 11. Office of Problem and Pathological Gambling [Renumbered] – 5 Sections

Division 6 Division of Juvenile Justice

Chapter 1. Administration – 5 Sections

Chapter 2. Treatment, Education, and Career Development – 8 Sections

Chapter 3. Youth Services – 15 Sections

Chapter 4. Youth Rights and Standards – 58 Sections

Chapter 5. Health Care Services – 16 Sections

Chapter 6. Behavior Management System – 17 Sections

Chapter 7. Board of Juvenile Hearings – 41 Sections

Chapter 8. Safety and Security – 18 Sections

Chapter 8.1. Crisis Prevention Management – 5 Sections

Chapter 9. Public Access and Information – 2 Sections

Chapter 10. Assistance to Courts when Making Disposition – 21 Sections

Chapter 11. Commitment to the Division of Juvenile Justice – 20 Sections

Chapter 11.1. Extended Confinement Time and Jurisdiction – 2 Sections

Chapter 12. Fee for Housing – 6 Sections

Chapter 13. Return of Youth to Court for Alternative Disposition – 17 Sections

Chapter 14. Personnel – 7 Sections

Title 9 contains 2,131 Sections.

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