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Emergency mental health holds
Colorado. General Assembly. Legislative Council.
Colorado Legislative Council
This issue brief addresses the state's emergency mental health hold procedure, which allows for a person to be involuntarily held for a 72-hour period of treatment and evaluation if he or she appears to have a mental illness and, due to the mental illness, appears to be an imminent danger to self or others, or appears to be gravely disabled.
by Aaron Carpenter
Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed December 2018)
Crisis intervention (Mental health services)--Law and legislation
1 online resource (2 pages).
Issue brief (Colorado. General Assembly. Legislative Council)