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Involuntary Confinement
72 - Hour Hold
5150 applies to Adults
5185 applies to minors
A Person, who as a result of a mental disorder is a danger to self, others, or is gravely disabled, may be involuntarily confined for 72 hours of treatment and evaluation
Involuntary Confinement
72 Hour Hold 5150
Danager to self refers to specific suicidal intent
Involuntary Confinement
72 Hour Hold 5150
Grave disability is the inability to provide for one's food, clothing or shelter
Involuntary Confinement
72 Hour Hold 5150
A minor can only be hospitalized involuntarily when authorization for voluntarily treatment is not available
Involuntary Confinement 5185
The treatment facility must attempt to notify the parent or guardian
Involuntary Confinement 5185
14 Day Hold / Certification (5250) follows a 72 hour hold
A person can by certified for up to 14 days of intensive treatment if after a person is detained for 72 hours, the person remains a danger to self, others, or is gravely disabled as a result of a mental disorder or impairment due to chronic alcoholism
14 Day Hold / Certification (5250) follows a 72 hour hold
The person must have been advised of the need for additonal voluntary treatment, but refused to accept voluntary treatment
Postcertification Holds (following the initial
14-day-hold)
{5250 - 5260}
{5250 - 5300}
{5250 - 5270.15}
Postcertification Holds (following the initial
14-day-hold) {5250 - 5260}
At the expiration of the
14-day-hold (5250), a patient who continues to present an imminent threat of suicide may be confined for an additional 14 days
Postcertification Holds (following the initial
14-day-hold) {5250 - 5300}
At the expiration of the
14-day hold (5250), a patient who continues to present an imminent threat of danger to others may be confined for up to 180 additional days; the 180-day hold can be renewed
Postcertification Holds (following the initial
14-day-hold) {5250 - 5270.15}
At the expiration of the 14-day hold (5250), a patient who remains gravely disabled may be certified for an additonal 30 days