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Office of the State Inspector General

The Office of the State Inspector General (OSIG) is responsible for investigating waste and identifying inefficiencies in executive branch state government.

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The Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Division is responsible for: Conducting annual, unannounced inspections of the state facilities operated by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Inspecting, monitoring, and reviewing the quality of services at the state-operated facilities and the more than 800 licensed providers of behavioral health, substance abuse, and intellectual and/or developmental services. Keeping the General Assembly and the Joint Commission on Health Care fully informed of significant problems. Investigating specific complaints of abuse, neglect, or inadequate care.

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