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Response to Jilly_in_VA (Original post)

Thu Nov 4, 2021, 04:03 PM

1. Standard practice

Unless a psychotic patient draws someone's blood and is criminally liable, they will not be held against their will. Even though they are in no way capable of self care, and are in constant danger, courts will not consider commitment.

My son was recently released to the streets after refusing psych meds.

I AM NOT MAKING THIS UP...Their discharge support plan was a coat, a backpack, and a tent.

Our laws confirm that the mentally ill have the right to die with their rights on.

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