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Home Mental Health FAQ's How are voluntary and involuntary Baker Act Admissions different?

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How are voluntary and involuntary Baker Act Admissions different?

A voluntary Baker Act is when a person 18 years of age or older, or a parent or guardian of a person
age 17 or under, makes application for admission to a facility for observation, diagnosis or treatment.


An involuntary Baker Act is when a person is taken to a receiving facility for involuntary examination
when there is reason to believe that he or she is mentally ill and because of his or her mental illness,
the person has refused voluntary examination; the person is unable to determine for himself or herself
whether examination is necessary and without care ortreatment, the person is likely to suffer from
neglect or refuse to care for himself or herself and such refusal could pose a threat of harm to his or
her well being; and there is a substantial likelihood that without care or treatment, the person will
cause serious bodily harm to himself, herself or others in the near future as evidenced by recent
behavior.


 
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