Series GR-3854 - Alcohol and drug program client files

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Alcohol and drug program client files

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  • 1993-2002 (Creation)

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48 cm of textual records

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The Ministry of Health Services was established in 2008 as the successor to the Ministry of Health (OIC 430/2008). The ministry was mandated to guide and enhance the province's health services. It was responsible to provide direction and support to service delivery partners; set goals and standards for health service delivery by health authorities; manage provincial health programs including the Medical Services Plan, Pharmacare, B.C. Vital Statistics Agency and Emergency Health Services Commission; and monitor and evaluate the delivery of health services and the health of the population.

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This series contains client files from the Campbell River Addictions Services (previously Campbell River Alcohol and Drug Services). Files cover adult clients with last names beginning with PA through SA. It is believed these records were retained as a sample, as all other boxes with patient’s files in this accession have been destroyed.

The files are arranged alphabetically by client’s last name. Each file contains a client information form with questionnaires regarding alcohol use, gambling and drug use along with medical screenings, follow-ups, discharge and/or transfer summaries, appointment slips, treatment plans, wait list forms, case conference consultation notes, consent forms, applications for accommodation fee and other notes as necessary.

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Transferred from Ministry of Health in 2016.


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These records are restricted.

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Accession number(s): 94-5391

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