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Naomi Dworkin writes: In my training as a psychiatrist, I saw outpatient commitment being used in a helpful, thoughtful way. It ... In rare cases, outpatient commitment for mentally ill can be crucial tool. * ... as so many of the severely mentally ill now find themselves. ... In my training as a psychiatrist, I saw outpatient commitment ... 1), I disagree with his assessment that outpatient commitment for psychiatric patients should be considered as harmful. ...
Involuntary Outpatient Commitment of the Mentally Ill  Wilk, Ruta J. (1988-04) ... Use of Involuntary Outpatient Commitment in Community Care of the Seriously and Persistently Mentally Ill Patient. Creator. ... Use of Involuntary Outpatient Commitment in Community Care of the Seriously and Persistently Mentally Ill Patient  Smith, ... Involuntary outpatient commitment (IOC) in some form has been adopted by all states as an alternative to hospital commitment. ...
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Statement by Laurie Flynn, Executive Director National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) ... The Vice-President has renewed his commitment today through announcement of a broad initiative for improved mental health care ...
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Whether the individual is mentally ill and dangerous to either himself or others and is in need of confined therapy turns on ... It concluded that the standard of proof of the preponderance of the evidence satisfied due process in a civil commitment ... The jury found that Addington was mentally ill and required hospitalization. Thereupon the trial court ordered his indefinite ... that Addington was mentally ill and that hospitalization was required for his own welfare and the welfare of others. ...
... "mentally ill" and dangerous individual); Allen v. Illinois, 478 U.S. 364, 366 (1986) (Illinois statute permitting commitment of ... Although Kansas already had a statute addressing the involuntary commitment of those defined as "mentally ill," the legislature ... The Mentally Ill in America (1949) (tracing history of civil commitment in the 18th and 19th centuries); G. Grob, Mental ... "civil commitment procedure." Kan. Stat. Ann., Article 29 (1994) ("Care and Treatment for Mentally Ill Persons"), §59-29a01 ( ...
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