Involuntary Commitment

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If at all possible, voluntary hospitalization is always better. However, often the reasoning ability of a person with a mental illness in crisis is impaired, and it is not always possible to convince him of the need for inpatient treatment; therefore  involuntary hospitalization becomes necessary.

For more information on Illinois’ Involuntary Commitment Law

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