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AB-1424 modifies the LPS (Lanterman-Petris-Short) Act, which governs involuntary treatment for people with mental Illness in California. As per AB-1424, input from family members shall be considered in the determination of whether involuntary treatment is appropriate.
One of three conditions must be present for an individual to be placed on a 72-hour hold. The designated personnel believe there is probable cause that because of a mental disorder the person is: A danger to himself or herself; A danger to others; or.