The Florida Mental Health Act of 1971 (Florida Statute 394.451-394.47891 (2009
rev.)), commonly known as 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:
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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Chapter 394 of the Florida Statutes is known as "The Baker Act" and as "The
Florida ... A. A law enforcement officer may take a person who appears to meet
Jul 2, 2015 ... The Baker Act, formally known as the Florida Mental Health Act, gives ... In order
to initiate a Baker Act proceeding, one must go through a law ...
Official Internet Site of the Florida Legislature ... The 2016 Florida Statutes .... (b) If
the court concludes that the patient meets the criteria for involuntary inpatient ...
Windmoor Healthcare is a designated Baker Act receiving facility under the
Florida Mental Health Law. A person can be taken to a Baker Act Receiving
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What is a Baker Act Proceeding? Florida's Baker Act law is a means of providing
individuals with emergency services and temporary detention for up to 72 hours ...
This chapter discusses FLorida's Baker Act, the Law which aLLows the ... The
Florida Statutes on mental health were consisted of a hodgepodge of