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Community triage center

“Community triage center” means a facility that provides on a 24-hour basis medical assessments of and short-term monitoring services for persons with mental illness and abusers of alcohol or drugs in a manner which does not require that the assessments and services be provided in a licensed hospital.

    Find a licensed community triage center

    Instructions for using and hyperlink to the State of Nevada health facility online locator

      State Laws and Regulations

      Licensing and Applications

      To apply for a license to operate a community triage center, you must complete the following:

      Denial of Rights Reporting

      Community Triage Centers and hospitals are required to report to the Commission on Behavioral Health when the rights of a consumer are denied pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes 433.534. Details about this reporting requirement are spelled out on the FAQ link below; facilities can use the Seclusion and Restraint form for reporting.

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