2017 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 23 - Health and Safety
Chapter 23-13 - Maternal and Child Health Services for Children with Special Health Care Needs
- Section 23-13-1 - Acceptance of federal act - Administration and purpose of program.
- Section 23-13-2 - Acceptance of gifts.
- Section 23-13-3 - Appropriations by cities and towns.
- Section 23-13-4 - Ophthalmia neonatorum - Definition - Treatment.
- Section 23-13-5 - Advice to parents concerning ophthalmia neonatorum.
- Section 23-13-6 - Reports of ophthalmia neonatorum.
- Section 23-13-7 - Investigation of cases - Enforcement of provisions - Publication of information - Reports to attorney general.
- Section 23-13-8 - Violations pertaining to ophthalmia neonatorum.
- Section 23-13-9 - Licensing and regulation of midwives - Penalty for violations.
- Section 23-13-10 - Complaints for violations.
- Section 23-13-11 - Repealed.
- Section 23-13-12 - Repealed.
- Section 23-13-13 - Testing for hearing impairments.
- Section 23-13-14 - Newborn screening program.
- Section 23-13-15 - Repealed.
- Section 23-13-16 - Annual maternal and child health report.
- Section 23-13-16.1 - Maternity patient's informational pamphlet.
- Section 23-13-17 - Special supplemental food program for women, infants, and children (WIC).
- Section 23-13-18 - Repealed.
- Section 23-13-19 - Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing.
- Section 23-13-20 - Coordination of community-based family life and sex education.
- Section 23-13-21 - Comprehensive reproductive health services.
- Section 23-13-22 - Early intervention program for developmentally disabled infants.
- Section 23-13-23 - Interagency coordinating council.
- Section 23-13-24 - Recommendations of the council.
- Section 23-13-25 - Powers of council cumulative.
- Section 23-13-26 - Technology-dependent children - Definitions - Caretakers' skills.
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