Bulletin Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) OMHSAS-23-04 Mental Health Emergency Services – Applying the 120-hour timeframe for Emergency Involuntary Commitments – Revised
The Department of Human Services (Department) has become aware that there is confusion regarding timeframes specific to the “Warrant for Emergency Examination” under Section 302 of the Act. The field requires guidance on the length of time a warrant is considered active before the subjec...
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This revision provides clarification on the 2 hour physician examination timeframe
This bulletin is to clarify that a County/Joinder can meet the statutory requirement to provide Emergency Services
Managed Care Organizations Updates as of 1/18/2023