This is a training that will help mental health providers to better understand what happens when they have a client in crisis who needs mental health services through the involuntary treatment court system. The training will review the process and grounds for involuntary treatment and the impacts of involuntary treatment on mental health recovery.
Veteran Centric: related to Veterans who require crisis stabilization through involuntary treatment at the Seattle VA and other local hospitals.
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