raylenerose 
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Posted by THE SYSTEM on December 22, 2014 at 12:19 PM

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Re: “The Loneliest Number


how do you intend to keep the population safe if thier main perp is the city itself and its laws?
“The Mental Health Therapeutic Court (MHTC) represents an effort to increase effective cooperation between two systems that have traditionally not worked closely together, the mental health treatment system and the criminal justice system.
The project hopes to achieve the following outcomes for the mentally ill misdemeanant population:
faster case processing time
improved access to public mental health treatment services
improved well-being
reduced recidivism”
http://www.spokanecounty.org/districtcourt/content.aspx?c=1564
“Make civil commitment more available as a mechanism to divert people who will otherwise be involved in the criminal justice system.”
http://www.dshs.wa.gov/pdf/hrsa/mh/Preliminary_ITA_Report_DRAFT_4_13_07.pdf
Who is benifiting from this law? reduced recidivism and gravely disabled to medicate people to human cells for the purpose of public safety, fiscal return because of no jail space, create one in the person themselves?
Any reason under the sun can get you in a 72 hour monitor situation, from developmental disability, to non felony crime, including property damage, public drunkenness. As well as legal things like applications, or even being disorientated from a fall and having memory loss, but not being able to clarify your seeming confusion. Even prorerty damage, they will hold you, charge you and medicate you over property, with no regard to the value of your brain.
Is it the hospital ER staff trained to be "concerned" and social services with the doc to utilize insurance, and everybody turns the other cheeek because they all finacially prosper except the medically, medicinally, mentally, incapcitated walking the streets disqusied as bums.
I have a business question, if hospital is the BIG business here, so the economy is fueled by Dr. and patients, what happens when you run out of patients and there s nobody to run the gas, grocery, clothing, store or anything else, because they have all been disabled by the law.

Posted by raylenerose on 10/20/2010 at 12:16 PM

Re: “In Progress


“Make civil commitment more available as a mechanism to divert people who will otherwise be involved in the criminal justice system.”
Lower the threshold for commitment under the grave disability standard to make getting help easier.”
http://www.dshs.wa.gov/pdf/hrsa/mh/Preliminary_ITA_Report_DRAFT_4_13_07.pdf
“The Mental Health Therapeutic Court (MHTC) represents an effort to increase effective cooperation between two systems that have traditionally not worked closely together, the mental health treatment system and the criminal justice system.
The project hopes to achieve the following outcomes for the mentally ill misdemeanant population:
faster case processing time
improved access to public mental health treatment services
improved well-being
reduced recidivism”
When does this get addressed? I hear talk of rights, yet I personnally didn´t experience any, why is that?
http://www.spokanecity.org/government/legal/prosecuting/structure/

Posted by raylenerose on 10/20/2010 at 11:55 AM

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