I'd like to post a few vignettes of patients and ask what would you do if you were in charge of the program/unit involved (i.e., how would you handle the situation)? Please provide a rationale for your decision.1) John, is participating in an outpatient substance abuse research program. As part of the program, she receives a voucher to be turned in to the business office for money as compensation for her participation in the study. One day, Mary decides to place an additional 0 at the end of the dollar amount. The business office notices this addition and calls the clinic to verify.2) Billy, Jeff, Carl, and Darryl are adolescent patients in a residential substance abuse treatment program. They decide to bring assorted products back from the cafeteria (e.g., fruit, sugar, bread) and make their own alcohol. Staff, during a search find the fermenting concoction.3) Jill, Mary, and Joe are patients in an inpatient psychiatric facility for depression. They decide to cheek their meds and at night crush them and snort them. Staff walk in on the trio while inhaling their crushed meds. 4) Matt and Nicole are adolescents in a residential substance abuse treatment program. One afternoon they are found in the laundry room having sexual intercourse.5) Vince has been hospitalized in your inpatient psychiatric unit 3 times in the past 2 months. His story each time he presents to the ER is that he is depressed, suicidal with a plan to walk into traffic, and hearing voices that tell him to harm himself. He also reports using crack cocaine on a regular basis. At each discharge there is a plan established, but he does not follow through on his end, only saying that he can't. When he gets onto the unit, he becomes demanding for food and medications (pain meds and psychotropics that will knock him out), refuses to take a majority of his non-sleep inducing psychiatric medications, and is disruptive to the millieu.