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Divisions > Student, Family, and School Support > Student Services and Alternative Programs > Inhalant Abuse
§ 7-428

§ 7-428. Inhalant abuse training and awareness.

(a) In general.- The Department, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, shall provide awareness and training for Directors of Student Services in local education agencies on inhalant abuse.

(b) Resource information and materials.- The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene shall provide to the Department:

(1) Resource information on inhalant abuse to be distributed to local school supervisors of health, counseling, and psychology; and

(2) Materials for distribution that describe local, State, and national resources to which students, parents, counselors, and school personnel can refer for information on inhalant abuse.

[2007, ch. 478.]

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