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Georgia State Code
Title      37
Chapter       2  
Section Navigation     1 ... 6         6.1 ... 11.2  
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Title 37, Chapter 2, Section 30 (37-2-30)

As used in this article, the term:

(1) "Community ombudsman" means a person certified as a community ombudsman pursuant to Code Section 37-2-32.

(2) "Disability" and "disability services" have the same meaning as provided in Code Section 37-2-2.

(3) "Nonprofit corporation" means a nonprofit corporation which is exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and which is not a services provider.

(4) "Program" means the community ombudsman program operated pursuant to Code Section 37-2-32.

(5) "Service recipient" means a person with a disability who receives or is eligible to receive disability services from a services provider which provides disability services in a regional board district in which the program is operated.

(6) "Services provider" means a community service board or state or local governmental entity, but not a regional board, which provides disability services to service recipients in a regional board district in which the program is operated or which contracts for the provision of those services or any person, corporation, or business which provides disability services to service recipients in a regional board district in which the program is operated.

(7) "State ombudsman" means the state ombudsman for mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse created under Code Section 37-2-31.

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