The coercive imposition of mental health services has always been a flashpoint in mental health law. Debates on the involuntary inpatient hospitalization of persons with mental disorder date back centuries. Debates on whether people so hospitalized have a right to refuse mental health treatment are now several decades old.
KeywordsMental Illness Mental Health Service Mental Health Treatment Community Care Outreach Worker
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