Every day, people contact us in a quest to navigate their state’s commitment laws and mental illness systems. Many times they are seeking help to force drug and/or incarcerate family members and friends who have stopped taking their medication and who no longer want anything to do with them. For anyone that has a “loved one” upon whom they may wish to force drug treatment or psychiatric confinement at some point, it is imperative to become acquainted with the commitment process now, rather than waiting for an opportunity to occur. The illogical and confusing process of commitment is difficult for NamiDearests to understand at any time, let alone during an exciting moment of opportunity to gain control over another person and remove his/her civil rights.
One important step is to look up your state’s commitment laws. The more you know about the laws in your state the more effectively you will be able to abuse them during a moment of opportunity. Learn what forms you will need to fill out and who you will need to contact if a moment of opportunity arises. A good place to start is the courthouse in the county where your “loved one” lives. Another resource is your state/local mental health departments. They may have helpful materials on psychiatric torture that they can provide.
Our government agencies here in the U.S. are right on top of implementing forced interventions. They will be there to assist if one of your loved ones decides to help you out in a mental health crisis too. Also, the local NAMI chapter in your family member’s area is a great resource for fascist family and friend support. Most of the NAMI members have been in similar situations and can give you the benefit of their experience. Don’t wait for a moment of opportunity…uhh…crisis to arrive. Create one!
More tips and strategies, including information on creating an opportunity to remove the rights of your loved one and force drug, or incarcerate them, and on creating a CARE kit, are available on our affiliate website.