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The Florida Mental Health Act of 1971 (Florida Statute 394.451-394.47891 (2009 rev.)), commonly known as the ...

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Question and Answers about the Florida Involuntary Commitment Law – The Baker Act. Question: When does a patient need to be examined by a health ...

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Baker Act. The Baker Act is a Florida law that enables families and loved ones to provide emergency mental health services and temporary detention for people ...

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If you are looking for services or confirming if a provider is a Baker Act receiving facility, please use the following link. Baker Act Receiving Facilities ...

www.clerk.co.okeechobee.fl.us/baker_act.htm

What is a Baker Act? A Baker Act is a means of providing individuals with emergency services and temporary detention for mental health evaluation and ...

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The Baker Act is a law in Florida that allows mentally ill people to be committed to a mental health facility for 72 hours, against the will of the mentally ill person.

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Baker Act and Marchman Act petitions will be accepted and processed at the Clerk's Probate/Mental Health office from 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.. Chapter 394 of the  ...

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involuntary provisions of the Baker Act. Criteria. A person may be taken to a receiving facility for involuntary examination if the following three criteria are met: 1.

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Nov 4, 2015 ... Educate yourself about the Baker Act. The Baker Act, also known as the Florida Mental Health Act (Florida Statute Chapter 394, Part I) is a law ...

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2.a. He or she is incapable of surviving alone or with the help of willing and responsible family or friends, including available alternative services, and, without ...