Title 37, Chapter 7, Section 94
(a) Each individualized treatment plan for available outpatient
treatment shall be reviewed at regular intervals to determine the
patient's progress toward the stated goals and objectives of the
plan and to determine whether the plan should be modified because of
the patient's present condition. These reviews should be based upon
relevant progress notes in the patient's clinical record and upon
other related information; and input from the patient should be
obtained and utilized where feasible.
(b) Any time a patient is found by the physician or psychologist in
charge of the patient's outpatient treatment no longer to be an
alcoholic, a drug dependent individual, or a drug abuser requiring
involuntary treatment, that physician or psychologist shall
discharge the patient from further compliance with the treatment.
(c) Notice of the discharge under subsection (b) of this Code
section shall be given to the patient and his representatives; to
the court which originally ordered such involuntary treatment; and,
if the patient was under criminal charges of which the facility
received written notification, by certified mail or statutory
overnight delivery to the law enforcement agency originally having
custody of the patient.