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Mental illness can lead to disability for some people. Voters with a psychiatric or other disability have the right to:. Find out what kind of accommodations your state or territorial election office offers. Sadly, there may be some people with mental health conditions who do not have the right to vote in their state. In most cases, if a person with mental illness does not have the right to vote, it is because of actions taken by a court of law.
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A Guide to Guardianship and Conservatorship
State Bar of Arizona :: A Guide to Guardianship and Conservatorship
To rebuild the country's mental health system, states need to update laws that allow mentally ill patients to be hospitalized against their will, many advocates say. Today, state civil commitment laws can make it difficult or impossible to hospitalize adults involuntarily, even when their families or caregivers feel threatened and patients appear extremely sick, says Dewey Cornell, director of the Virginia Youth Violence Project. States have crafted their civil commitment laws to protect civil liberties, in reaction to abusive situations in the past, says Liza Gold, a forensic psychiatrist at the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington. MORE: Report card on mental health care. Now, Gold says, the pendulum has swung "too far," because the law doesn't allow patients to be protected from themselves. But they have gone too far.
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Patient Assessment: Can We Have A Loved One Committed?
Are you considering for someone involuntary hospitalization for depression? You may be wondering what you can do. You may not even be sure if hospitalization is really necessary. The following is meant to answer some of the questions that you may be having when making the difficult decision to commit someone to a mental hospital against his or her will.
A "Mental illness" means a substantial disorder of thought, mood, perception, orientation, or memory that grossly impairs judgment, behavior, capacity to recognize reality, or ability to meet the ordinary demands of life. B "Mentally ill person subject to court order" means a mentally ill person who, because of the person's illness: 1 Represents a substantial risk of physical harm to self as manifested by evidence of threats of, or attempts at, suicide or serious self-inflicted bodily harm;. II Within the forty-eight months prior to the filing of an affidavit seeking court-ordered treatment of the person under section C 1 "Patient" means, subject to division C 2 of this section, a person who is admitted either voluntarily or involuntarily to a hospital or other place under section D "Licensed physician" means a person licensed under the laws of this state to practice medicine or a medical officer of the government of the United States while in this state in the performance of the person's official duties.
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