The Florida Mental Health Act of 1971 (Florida Statute 394.451-394.47891 (2009
rev.)), commonly known as the ...
Question and Answers about the Florida Involuntary Commitment Law – The
Baker Act. Question: When does a patient need to be examined by a health ...
The Baker Act is the name of the mental health law in Florida and it covers
voluntary as well as involuntary commitment. This is the law that is exercised to ...
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...
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:
The Florida Baker Act, or Florida Mental Health Act: emergency services for
mental health evaluation and treatment. For more information, call: 800-861-1768
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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The statute for mental illness is called a Baker Act. For substance abuse, it is
called the Marchman Act. The specific criteria to commit someone under a Baker