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What is an involuntary admission for assessment and stabilization?

An involuntary admission occurs when there is good faith reason to believe the person is
substance abuse impaired, and because of such impairment:

  • the person has lost the power of self control with respect to substance use

AND

  • the person has inflicted or attempted/threatened to inflict, or, unless admitted for
    treatment, is likely to inflict, physical harm to him/herself or another;

OR

  • the person's judgment has been so impaired because of substance abuse that he/she
    is incapable of appreciating the need for substance abuse services and to make a
    rational decision regarding substance abuse services.
 
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