January 7, 2022
The amended bill (below) was just re-introduced by Senator Harckham on the topic of the creation of a new Office of Addiction and Mental Health Services. I pasted the text of the legislation below. Underlined is new and stricken text is omitted.
|BILL NO: S05084C|
|SAME AS: SAME AS A08379|
|COSPNSR: ADDABBO, BROUK, GOUNARDES|
|Amd 1.03, 5.01, 5.03, 5.05, 7.01 & 19.01, add 5.01-a & 5.01-b, Ment Hyg L|
|Establishes the office of addiction and mental health services.|
STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ 5084--C 2021-2022 Regular Sessions IN SENATE February 23, 2021 ___________ Introduced by Sens. HARCKHAM, ADDABBO, BROUK, GOUNARDES -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse -- committee discharged, bill amended, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted to said commit- tee -- committee discharged, bill amended, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted to said committee -- recommitted to the Committee on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse in accordance with Senate Rule 6, sec. 8 -- committee discharged, bill amended, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted to said committee AN ACT to amend the mental hygiene law, in relation to creating the office of addiction and mental health services The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem- bly, do enact as follows: 1 Section 1. Subdivisions 2 and 2-a of section 1.03 of the mental 2 hygiene law, subdivision 2 as amended and subdivision 2-a as added by 3 chapter 281 of the laws of 2019, are amended to read as follows: 4 2. [
"Commissioner" means the commissioner of mental health,] "Commis- 5 sioner" means the commissioner of addiction and mental health services 6 and the commissioner of developmental disabilities [ and the commissioner7 of addiction services and supports] as used in this chapter. Any power 8 or duty heretofore assigned to the commissioner of mental hygiene or to 9 the department of mental hygiene pursuant to this chapter shall hereaft- 10 er be assigned to the commissioner of [ mental health] addiction and 11 mental health services in the case of facilities, programs, or services 12 for individuals with [ mental illness] a mental health diagnosis, to the 13 commissioner of developmental disabilities in the case of facilities, 14 programs, or services for individuals with developmental disabilities, 15 to the commissioner of addiction [ services] and [ supports] mental health 16 services in the case of facilities, programs, or addiction disorder 17 services in accordance with the provisions of titles D and E of this 18 chapter. EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted. LBD09785-07-1 S. 5084--C 2 1 2-a. Notwithstanding any other section of law or regulation, on and 2 after the effective date of this subdivision, any and all references to 3 the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services and the predeces- 4 sor agencies to the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services 5 including the division of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and the division 6 of substance abuse services and all references to the office of mental 7 health, shall be known as the "office of addiction [ services] and 8 [ supports] mental health services." Nothing in this subdivision shall 9 be construed as requiring or prohibiting the further amendment of stat- 10 utes or regulations to conform to the provisions of this subdivision. 11 § 2. Section 5.01 of the mental hygiene law, as amended by chapter 281 12 of the laws of 2019, is amended and two new sections 5.01-a and 5.01-b 13 are added to read as follows: 14 § 5.01 Department of mental hygiene. 15 There shall continue to be in the state government a department of 16 mental hygiene. Within the department there shall be the following 17 autonomous offices: 18 (1) office of addiction and mental health services; and 19 (2) office for people with developmental disabilities[ ;20 (3) office of addiction services and supports]. 21 § 5.01-a Office of addiction and mental health services. 22 (a) The office of addiction and mental health services shall be a new 23 office within the department formed by the integration of the offices 24 and services of mental health and addiction services and supports which 25 shall focus on the integration of care and issues related to both mental 26 illness and addiction in the state and carry out the intent of the 27 legislature in establishing the offices pursuant to articles seven and 28 nineteen of this chapter. The office of addiction and mental health 29 services is charged with ensuring the development of comprehensive plans 30 for the integration of programs and services in the area of research, 31 prevention, care and treatment, co-occuring disorders, rehabilitation, 32 education and training, and shall be staffed to perform the responsibil- 33 ities attributed to the office pursuant to sections 7.07 and 19.07 of 34 this chapter and provide integrated services and programs to promote 35 recovery for individuals with a mental health diagnosis, substance use 36 disorder, or a mental health diagnosis and substance use disorder. 37 (b) The commissioner of the office of addiction and mental health 38 services shall be vested with the powers, duties, and obligations of the 39 office of mental health and the office of addiction services and 40 supports. Additionally, two deputy commissioners shall be appointed, 41 one deputy commissioner to represent addiction services and supports, 42 which shall be prominently represented to ensure the needs of substance 43 use disorder communities are met, and one deputy commissioner to repre- 44 sent mental health services. In conjunction with one another, the 45 commissioners shall develop a plan for integrating services which shall 46 be made available for public comment. 47 (c) The office of addiction and mental health services may license 48 providers to provide integrated services for individuals with a mental 49 health diagnosis, substance use disorder, or a mental health diagnosis 50 and substance use disorder, in accordance with regulations issued by the 51 commissioner. Such direct licensing mechanism allows for resources to 52 get to community-based organizations in an expedited manner. 53 (d) The office of addiction and mental health services shall establish 54 a standing advisory committee on addiction and mental health services. 55 The standing advisory committee shall consist of seven members appointed 56 by the governor as follows: (i) two members appointed on the recommenda- S. 5084--C 3 1 tion of the temporary president of the senate; (ii) two members 2 appointed on the recommendation of the speaker of the assembly; (iii) 3 one member appointed on the recommendation of the minority leader of the 4 senate; (iv) one member appointed on the recommendation of the minority 5 leader of the assembly; and (v) one member appointed on the recommenda- 6 tion of the department of health AIDS institute, the office of mental 7 health and the office of addiction services and supports to ensure the 8 intent of the legislature is fulfilled in establishing the integration 9 of services by such office. Such standing advisory committee shall 10 consist of providers, peers, family members, individuals who have 11 utilized addiction services and supports and/or mental health services, 12 the local government unit as defined in article forty-one of this chap- 13 ter, public and private sector unions and representatives of other agen- 14 cies or offices as the designated standing advisory committee may deem 15 necessary. Such standing advisory committee shall meet regularly in 16 furtherance of its functions and at any other time at the request of the 17 designated standing advisory committee leader. 18 § 5.01-b Office of addiction and mental health services. 19 Until January first, two thousand twenty-three, the office of 20 addiction and mental health services shall consist of the office of 21 mental health and the office of addiction services and supports. 22 § 3. Section 5.03 of the mental hygiene law, as amended by chapter 281 23 of the laws of 2019, is amended to read as follows: 24 § 5.03 Commissioners. 25 The head of the office of addiction and mental health services shall 26 be the commissioner of [ mental health] addiction and mental health 27 services; and the head of the office for people with developmental disa- 28 bilities shall be the commissioner of developmental disabilities[ ; and29 the head of the office of addiction services and supports shall be the30 commissioner of addiction services and supports]. Each commissioner 31 shall be appointed by the governor, by and with the advice and consent 32 of the senate, to serve at the pleasure of the governor. Until the 33 commissioner of addiction and mental health services is appointed by the 34 governor and confirmed by the senate, the commissioner of mental health 35 and the commissioner of addiction services and supports shall continue 36 to oversee mental health and addiction services respectively, and work 37 collaboratively to integrate care for individuals with both mental 38 health and substance use disorders. 39 § 4. Section 5.05 of the mental hygiene law, as added by chapter 978 40 of the laws of 1977, subdivision (a) as amended by chapter 168 of the 41 laws of 2010, subdivision (b) as amended by chapter 294 of the laws of 42 2007, paragraph 1 of subdivision (b) as amended by section 14 of part J 43 of chapter 56 of the laws of 2012, subdivision (d) as added by chapter 44 58 of the laws of 1988 and subdivision (e) as added by chapter 588 of 45 the laws of 2011, is amended to read as follows: 46 § 5.05 Powers and duties of the head of the department. 47 (a) The commissioners of the office of addiction and mental health 48 services and the office for people with developmental disabilities, as 49 the heads of the department, shall jointly visit and inspect, or cause 50 to be visited and inspected, all facilities either public or private 51 used for the care, treatment [ and], rehabilitation, and recovery of 52 individuals with a mental [ illness] health diagnosis, substance use 53 disorder and developmental disabilities in accordance with the require- 54 ments of section four of article seventeen of the New York state consti- 55 tution. S. 5084--C 4 1 (b) (1) The commissioners of the office of addiction and mental 2 health[ ,] services and the office for people with developmental disabil- 3 ities [ and the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services] shall 4 constitute an inter-office coordinating council which, consistent with 5 the autonomy of each office for matters within its jurisdiction, shall 6 ensure that the state policy for the prevention, care, treatment [ and], 7 rehabilitation, and recovery of individuals with a mental [ illness] 8 health diagnosis, substance use disorders and developmental disabili- 9 ties[ , alcoholism, alcohol abuse, substance abuse, substance dependence,10 and chemical dependence] is planned, developed and implemented compre- 11 hensively; that gaps in services to individuals with multiple disabili- 12 ties are eliminated and that no person is denied treatment and services 13 because he or she has more than one disability; that procedures for the 14 regulation of programs which offer care and treatment for more than one 15 class of persons with mental disabilities be coordinated between the 16 offices having jurisdiction over such programs; and that research 17 projects of the institutes, as identified in section 7.17 [ or], 13.17, 18 or 19.17 of this chapter or as operated by the office for people with 19 developmental disabilities, are coordinated to maximize the success and 20 cost effectiveness of such projects and to eliminate wasteful dupli- 21 cation. 22 (2) The inter-office coordinating council shall annually issue a 23 report on its activities to the legislature on or before December thir- 24 ty-first. Such annual report shall include, but not be limited to, the 25 following information: proper treatment models and programs for persons 26 with multiple disabilities and suggested improvements to such models and 27 programs; research projects of the institutes and their coordination 28 with each other; collaborations and joint initiatives undertaken by the 29 offices of the department; consolidation of regulations of each of the 30 offices of the department to reduce regulatory inconsistencies between 31 the offices; inter-office or office activities related to workforce 32 training and development; data on the prevalence, availability of 33 resources and service utilization by persons with multiple disabilities; 34 eligibility standards of each office of the department affecting clients 35 suffering from multiple disabilities, and eligibility standards under 36 which a client is determined to be an office's primary responsibility; 37 agreements or arrangements on statewide, regional and local government 38 levels addressing how determinations over client responsibility are made 39 and client responsibility disputes are resolved; information on any 40 specific cohort of clients with multiple disabilities for which substan- 41 tial barriers in accessing or receiving appropriate care has been 42 reported or is known to the inter-office coordinating council or the 43 offices of the department; and coordination of planning, standards or 44 services for persons with multiple disabilities between the inter-office 45 coordinating council, the offices of the department and local govern- 46 ments in accordance with the local planning requirements set forth in 47 article forty-one of this chapter. 48 (c) The commissioners shall meet from time to time with the New York 49 state conference of local mental hygiene directors to assure consistent 50 procedures in fulfilling the responsibilities required by this section 51 and by article forty-one of this chapter. 52 (d) [ 1.] (1) The commissioner of addiction and mental health services 53 shall evaluate the type and level of care required by patients in the 54 adult psychiatric centers authorized by section 7.17 of this chapter and 55 develop appropriate comprehensive requirements for the staffing of inpa- 56 tient wards. These requirements should reflect measurable need for S. 5084--C 5 1 administrative and direct care staff including physicians, nurses and 2 other clinical staff, direct and related support and other support 3 staff, established on the basis of sound clinical judgment. The staffing 4 requirements shall include but not be limited to the following: (i) the 5 level of care based on patient needs, including on ward activities, (ii) 6 the number of admissions, (iii) the geographic location of each facili- 7 ty, (iv) the physical layout of the campus, and (v) the physical design 8 of patient care wards. 9 [ 2.] (2) Such commissioner, in developing the requirements, shall 10 provide for adequate ward coverage on all shifts taking into account the 11 number of individuals expected to be off the ward due to sick leave, 12 workers' compensation, mandated training and all other off ward leaves. 13 [ 3.] (3) The staffing requirements shall be designed to reflect the 14 legitimate needs of facilities so as to ensure full accreditation and 15 certification by appropriate regulatory bodies. The requirements shall 16 reflect appropriate industry standards. The staffing requirements shall 17 be fully measurable. 18 [ 4.] (4) The commissioner of addiction and mental health services 19 shall submit an interim report to the governor and the legislature on 20 the development of the staffing requirements on October first, [ nineteen21 hundred eighty-eight] two thousand twenty-two and again on April first, 22 [ nineteen hundred eighty-nine] two thousand twenty-three. The commis- 23 sioner shall submit a final report to the governor and the legislature 24 no later than October first, [ nineteen hundred eighty-nine] two thousand 25 twenty-three and shall include in his report a plan to achieve the 26 staffing requirements and the length of time necessary to meet these 27 requirements. 28 (e) The commissioners of the office of addiction and mental health[ ,] 29 services and the office for people with developmental disabilities[ , and30 the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services] shall cause to 31 have all new contracts with agencies and providers licensed by the 32 offices to have a clause requiring notice be provided to all current and 33 new employees of such agencies and providers stating that all instances 34 of abuse shall be investigated pursuant to this chapter, and, if an 35 employee leaves employment prior to the conclusion of a pending abuse 36 investigation, the investigation shall continue. Nothing in this section 37 shall be deemed to diminish the rights, privileges, or remedies of any 38 employee under any other law or regulation or under any collective 39 bargaining agreement or employment contract. 40 § 5. Section 7.01 of the mental hygiene law, as added by chapter 978 41 of the laws of 1977, is amended to read as follows: 42 § 7.01 Declaration of policy. 43 The state of New York and its local governments have a responsibility 44 for the prevention and early detection of mental [ illness] health disor- 45 ders and for the comprehensively planned care, treatment [ and], rehabil- 46 itation and recovery of [ their mentally ill citizens] individuals with a 47 mental health diagnosis. 48 Therefore, it shall be the policy of the state to conduct research and 49 to develop programs which further prevention and early detection of 50 mental [ illness] health disorders; to develop a comprehensive, inte- 51 grated system of treatment [ and], rehabilitative and recovery services 52 for [ the mentally ill] individuals with a mental health diagnosis. Such 53 a system should include, whenever possible, the provision of necessary 54 treatment services to people in their home communities; it should assure 55 the adequacy and appropriateness of residential arrangements for people 56 in need of service; and it should rely upon improved programs of insti- S. 5084--C 6 1 tutional care only when necessary and appropriate. Further, such a 2 system should recognize the important therapeutic roles of all disci- 3 plines which may contribute to the care or treatment of [ the mentally4 ill] individuals with a mental health diagnosis, such as psychology, 5 social work, psychiatric nursing, special education and other disci- 6 plines in the field of mental illness, as well as psychiatry and should 7 establish accountability for implementation of the policies of the state 8 with regard to the care [ and], rehabilitation and recovery of [ the9 mentally ill] individuals with a mental health diagnosis. 10 To facilitate the implementation of these policies and to further 11 advance the interests of [ the mentally ill] individuals with a mental 12 health diagnosis and their families, a new autonomous agency to be known 13 as the office of addiction and mental health services has been estab- 14 lished by this article. The office and its commissioner shall plan and 15 work with local governments, voluntary agencies and all providers and 16 consumers of mental health services in order to develop an effective, 17 integrated, comprehensive system for the delivery of all services to 18 [ the mentally ill] individuals with a mental health diagnosis and to 19 create financing procedures and mechanisms to support such a system of 20 services to ensure that [ mentally ill] persons in need of services 21 receive appropriate care, treatment and rehabilitation close to their 22 families and communities. In carrying out these responsibilities, the 23 office and its commissioner shall make full use of existing services in 24 the community including those provided by voluntary organizations. 25 § 6. Section 19.01 of the mental hygiene law, as added by chapter 223 26 of the laws of 1992, is amended to read as follows: 27 § 19.01 Declaration of policy. 28 The legislature declares the following: 29 [ Alcoholism] Unhealthy alcohol use, substance [ abuse] use disorder and 30 chemical dependence pose major health and social problems for individ- 31 uals and their families when left untreated, including family devas- 32 tation, homelessness, [ and] unemployment, and death. It has been proven 33 that successful prevention [ and], integrated treatment, and sustained 34 recovery can dramatically reduce costs to the health care, criminal 35 justice and social welfare systems. 36 The tragic, cumulative and often fatal consequences of [ alcoholism] 37 unhealthy alcohol use and substance [ abuse] use disorder are, however, 38 preventable and treatable disabilities that require a coordinated and 39 multi-faceted network of services. 40 The legislature recognizes locally planned and implemented prevention 41 as a primary means to avert the onset of [ alcoholism] unhealthy alcohol 42 use and substance [ abuse] use disorder. It is the policy of the state to 43 promote comprehensive, age appropriate education for children and youth 44 and stimulate public awareness of the risks associated with [ alcoholism] 45 unhealthy alcohol use and substance [ abuse] use disorder. Further, the 46 legislature acknowledges the need for a coordinated state policy for the 47 establishment of prevention [ and], treatment, and recovery programs 48 designed to address the problems of chemical dependency among youth, 49 including prevention and intervention efforts in school and community- 50 based programs designed to identify and refer high risk youth in need of 51 chemical dependency services. 52 Substantial benefits can be gained through [ alcoholism] unhealthy 53 alcohol use and substance [ abuse] use disorder treatment for both 54 addicted individuals and their families. Positive treatment outcomes 55 that may be generated through a complete continuum of care offer a cost 56 effective and comprehensive approach to [ rehabilitating] treating such S. 5084--C 7 1 individuals. The primary goals of the [ rehabilitation] treatment and 2 recovery process are to [ restore] rebuild social, family, lifestyle, 3 vocational and economic supports by stabilizing an individual's physical 4 and psychological functioning. The legislature recognizes the impor- 5 tance of varying treatment approaches and levels of care designed to 6 meet each [ client's] individual's needs. [ Relapse] Reoccurrence 7 prevention and aftercare are two primary components of treatment that 8 serve to promote and maintain recovery. 9 The legislature recognizes that the distinct treatment needs of 10 special populations, including women and women with children, persons 11 with HIV infection, persons [ diagnosed] with a mental [ illness] health 12 diagnosis, persons who [ abuse] misuse chemicals, the homeless and veter- 13 ans with posttraumatic stress disorder, merit particular attention. It 14 is the intent of the legislature to promote effective interventions for 15 such populations in need of particular attention. The legislature also 16 recognizes the importance of family support for individuals in alcohol 17 or substance [ abuse] use disorder treatment and recovery. Such family 18 participation can provide lasting support to the recovering individual 19 to [ prevent relapse and maintain] support sustained recovery. The inter- 20 generational cycle of chemical dependency within families can be inter- 21 cepted through appropriate interventions. 22 The state of New York and its local governments have a responsibility 23 in coordinating the delivery of [ alcoholism] unhealthy alcohol use and 24 substance [ abuse] use disorder services, through the entire network of 25 service providers. To accomplish these objectives, the legislature 26 declares that the establishment of a single, unified office of [ alcohol-27 ism and substance abuse] addiction and mental health services will 28 provide an integrated framework to plan, oversee and regulate the 29 state's prevention and treatment network. In recognition of the growing 30 trends and incidence of chemical dependency, this consolidation allows 31 the state to respond to the changing profile of chemical dependency. 32 The legislature recognizes that some distinctions exist between the 33 [ alcoholism] unhealthy alcohol use and substance [ abuse] use disorder 34 field and the mental health field and where appropriate, those 35 distinctions may be preserved. Accordingly, it is the intent of the 36 state to establish one office of [ alcoholism and substance abuse] 37 addiction and mental health services in furtherance of a comprehensive 38 service delivery system. 39 § 7. Upon or prior to January 1, 2023, the governor may nominate an 40 individual to serve as commissioner of the office of addiction and 41 mental health services. If such individual is confirmed by the senate 42 prior to January 1, 2023, they shall become the commissioner of the 43 office of addiction and mental health services. The governor may desig- 44 nate a person to exercise the powers of the commissioner of the office 45 of addiction and mental health services on an acting basis, until 46 confirmation of a nominee by the senate, who is hereby authorized to 47 take such actions as are necessary and proper to implement the orderly 48 transition of the functions, powers as duties as herein provided, 49 including the preparation for a budget request for the office as estab- 50 lished by this act. 51 § 8. Upon the transfer pursuant to this act of the functions and 52 powers possessed by and all of the obligations and duties of the office 53 of mental health and the office of addiction services and supports as 54 established pursuant to the mental hygiene law and other laws, to the 55 office of addiction and mental health services as prescribed by this 56 act, provision shall be made for the transfer of all employees from the S. 5084--C 8 1 office of mental health and the office of addiction services and 2 supports into the office of addiction and mental health services. 3 Employees so transferred shall be transferred without further examina- 4 tion or qualification to the same or similar titles and shall remain in 5 the same collective bargaining units and shall retain their respective 6 civil service classifications, status, and rights pursuant to their 7 collective bargaining units and collective bargaining agreements. 8 § 9. Notwithstanding any contrary provision of law, on or before Octo- 9 ber 1, 2022 and annually thereafter, the office of addiction and mental 10 health services, in consultation with the department of health, shall 11 issue a report, and post such report on their public website, detailing 12 the office's expenditures for addiction and mental health services, 13 including total Medicaid spending directly by the state to licensed or 14 designated providers and payments to managed care providers pursuant to 15 section 364-j of the social services law. The office of addiction and 16 mental health services shall examine reports produced pursuant to this 17 section and may make recommendations to the governor and the legislature 18 regarding appropriations for addiction and mental health services or 19 other provisions of law which may be necessary to effectively implement 20 the creation and continued operation of the office. 21 § 10. Any financial saving realized from the creation of the office of 22 addiction and mental health services shall be reinvested in the services 23 and supports funded by such office. 24 § 11. Severability. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or 25 part of this act shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdic- 26 tion to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate 27 the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to the 28 clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part thereof directly involved 29 in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been rendered. 30 § 12. This act shall take effect immediately. Effective immediately, 31 the office of mental health and the office of addiction services and 32 supports are authorized to promulgate the addition, amendment and/or 33 repeal of any rule or regulation or engage in any work necessary for the 34 implementation of this act on its effective date authorized to be made 35 and completed on or before such effective date.
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01/25/21 REPORTED AND COMMITTED TO FINANCE
04/26/21 1ST REPORT CAL.781
04/27/21 2ND REPORT CAL.
04/28/21 ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
05/24/21 PASSED SENATE
05/24/21 DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
05/24/21 referred to health
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01/05/22 returned to senate
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03/03/21 AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO ALCOHOLISM AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE
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05/04/21 1ST REPORT CAL.911
05/05/21 2ND REPORT CAL.
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01/05/22 returned to senate
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04/28/21 2ND REPORT CAL.
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01/05/22 returned to senate
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