(By authority conferred on the department of mental health by sections 1 to 4 of Act  
No. 80 of the Public Acts of 1905, as amended, section 33 of Act No. 306 of the Public  
Acts of 1969, as amended, and sections 114, 130, 136, 157, 206, 244, 498n, 498r, 842,  
844, 908, and 1002a of Act No. 258 of the Public Acts of 1974, as amended, being  
sections 19.141 to 19.144, 24.233, 330.1114, 330.1130, 330.1136, 330.1206,  
330.1244, 330.1498n, 330.1498r, 330.1842, 330.1844, 330.1908, and 330.2002a of  
the Michigan Compiled Laws)  
R 330.9001 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9005 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9007 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9009 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9011 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1990 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9121 Rescinded.  
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History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9123 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9125 Rescinded.  
History: 1979 AC; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9201 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9205 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9208 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9210 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9215 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9220 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9222 Rescinded.  
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History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9225 Rescinded.  
History: 1984 AACS; 1997 AACS.  
R 330.9301 Definition.  
Rule 9301. As used in this subpart, "compatibility-impact statement" means a  
report by the department director as to the benefit and detriment of any proposed  
changes to a use or proposed use of public property, in whole or in part, which is  
contiguous to land or buildings owned or used by the department in the delivery of  
mental health services utilizing those lands or buildings.  
History: 1986 AACS.  
R 330.9306 Compatibility-impact statement.  
Rule 9306. (1) If the preparation of a compatibility-impact statement is required by  
law, the procedure specified in this rule shall apply. If the compatibility-impact  
statement is not required by law, the procedure specified in this rule may apply at  
the discretion of the director.  
(2) Upon receipt by the director of any official plan for reusing contiguous  
public land or buildings, the plan shall be officially dated as to its receipt.  
(3) The director shall forward the reuse plan to the facility director responsible  
for administration of other land or buildings which are proposed for reuse or are  
contiguous to such land or buildings, and shall direct that an impact statement be  
prepared and transmitted to the director within 45 working days.  
(4) The facility director shall schedule a hearing and provide notice to the public  
on when and where the reuse plan can be viewed and the hearing will be held. Notice  
shall be given not less than 10 working days before the hearing, shall include general  
notification to the public, and shall endeavor to provide, where appropriate, specific  
notation to all of the following affected entities:  
(a) Community mental health boards.  
(b) Substance abuse agencies.  
(c) Public health agencies.  
(d) Law enforcement agencies.  
(e) Employee organizations.  
(f) Mental health advocacy organizations.  
(g) Professional groups whose members provide services to the mental health  
(h) Other educational, human service, or public interest organizations.  
(5) The compatibility-impact statement prepared by the facility director shall  
provide a synopsis of the testimony, shall have copies of written testimony attached,  
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shall list the perceived benefit and detriment, and shall make recommendations  
regarding additions to or deletions from the reuse plan to ensure compatibility with  
the mental health service environment.  
(6) The director shall review the testimony and compatibility-impact statement  
material which is prepared by the facility director and shall prepare a report or shall  
issue a revised  
compatibility-impact statement report. A compatibility-impact  
statement shall be submitted to the state administrative board not more than 60  
working days following official receipt of the reuse plan if such submission is  
required by law.  
History: 1986 AACS.  
R 330.9401 Definitions.  
Rule 9401. As used in this subpart:  
(a) "Department" or "department grounds" means buildings and lands  
dedicated and appropriated to the public use over which the department has jurisdiction  
or control, including buildings or parts of buildings and other real estate occupied by  
the state as lessee.  
(b) "Director" means the head of a facility as provided in section 120 of the act or  
his or her designee.  
History: 1988 AACS.  
R 330.9406 Access to department buildings and property.  
Rule 9406. (1) State employees are not permitted in department buildings or on  
department grounds at any time other than their normal working hours, unless  
appropriate authorization has been received. Proper identification of employees  
may be required and employees may be required to sign a registration sheet.  
(2) Hours for visiting patients are adopted by each department facility. When  
required by the department facility, visitors shall be required to sign a registration  
(3) Other entries by permittees or by the general public onto department property  
or into department buildings requires authorization by the director or the director of  
the department.  
(4) Compliance with operational security measures established and enforced  
by the department facility shall be a condition of authorization for access to department  
buildings and property.  
(5) In general, picketing or distributing literature is allowed at the entrance to  
department grounds if it does not interfere with access, ingress, or egress.  
Distribution of literature by employees or employee organizations shall be as  
provided in employment contracts or the employee relations policy adopted by the civil  
service commission and in department personnel policies.  
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(6) The department may lock entrances to any building at any time and may  
require that such entrances be used from within only as a means of egress in case of  
emergency. A person shall not enter or attempt to enter a state building through an  
entrance closed pursuant to this rule.  
History: 1988 AACS.  
R 330.9411 Removal of property; inspections.  
Rule 9411. (1) A person shall not remove state property from  
buildings or grounds unless the removal has been previously authorized in writing by  
the director of the department or the director.  
(2) Authorized staff may inspect briefcases, packages, or other items being  
transported into or out of department buildings, grounds, or parking facilities for the  
presence of state property.  
History: 1988 AACS.  
R 330.9416 Items prohibited on department  
retention of prohibited items.  
Rule 9416. (1) A person shall not bring onto department grounds any alcoholic  
beverages or any weapons. A peace officer on official business may continue to  
possess a weapon, except in a resident living area. A department facility shall adopt  
a list of other particular kinds of items excluded from department grounds or resident  
living areas.  
(2) A department facility shall post, in places that are readily visible to the public,  
lists of items excluded from department grounds or resident living areas.  
(3) A person shall not provide to any resident any item which is excluded  
from the facility or a resident living area or which is subject to a limitation in the  
resident plan of service.  
(4) A person shall not bring into any resident living area any medication or  
drugs, lawful knives, sharp objects, or other items excluded by facility policy, except as  
(a) Staff may bring the following into resident living areas:  
(i) Medication, in appropriate dosages, which is  
maintenance during the staff person's work hours.  
(ii) Lawful knives or sharp objects which are not kept in an area accessible to  
(b) A visitor may bring medication into resident living areas, in appropriate  
dosages, which is for health maintenance of the visitor if the possession of the  
medication is disclosed and permission to so possess has been granted by authorized  
(5) Authorized staff may inspect briefcases, packages, or other items being  
transported into or out of department buildings or grounds, including parking  
facilities. Staff detaining a person entering department grounds or buildings shall  
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inform the person that they have the option of permitting the inspection or leaving  
department grounds or buildings.  
(6) A visitor or permittee who might possess items excluded from the grounds  
or resident living areas shall be informed that the items must be retained by authorized  
personnel and a receipt shall be given for the items during the time such a person is  
in a department building or on department grounds.  
(7) Department lockers assigned to a particular staff member are subject, at  
any time, to inspections by an authorized person with a supervisor witness. The  
staff member who has been assigned the locker may be present during such inspections.  
A written report of any significant findings shall be prepared immediately following  
such an inspection for review and appropriate action.  
History: 1988 AACS.  
R 330.9421 Obstructions; solicitations and sales.  
Rule 9421. (1) A person or a person's vehicle shall not occupy a corridor,  
sidewalk, areaway, driveway, or room in a department building or on department grounds  
in such manner as to hamper or obstruct the proper use or movement of personnel or  
vehicles, the care and treatment of patients or residents, the freedom of movement  
of patients or residents, or the proper conduct of department business.  
(2) Other than authorized department staff, a person is not permitted in department  
buildings or on department grounds for the purpose of the solicitation of funds or  
the sale of any article, except that the department may authorize such conduct,  
confined to the entrances and lobby areas of department buildings, by charitable  
History: 1988 AACS.  
R 330.9426 Animals; camping.  
Rule 9426. (1) Except as may be authorized in the course of department or facility  
business, animals are not permitted on department grounds. The owner or person having  
an animal under his or her control shall be legally and financially responsible for the  
acts of the animal. Guide, hearing, or service dogs used by handicappers are permitted  
on department grounds.  
(2) A person shall not camp, erect a tent, or erect any other temporary structure on  
department grounds, except when permission has been granted by the department's  
authorized staff.  
History: 1988 AACS.  
R 330.9431 Enforcement.  
Rule 9431. (1) A person openly and wilfully refusing to conform to these rules, in  
addition to criminal penalties provided by law, is subject to immediate removal from  
a department building or department grounds by the department's authorized personnel.  
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(2) Nothing contained in these rules shall be construed as limiting prosecution  
under penal law.  
History: 1988 AACS.  
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