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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mingularity View Post


    Welp, I missed that one. I thought he meant get on with funding mental health facilities.

    Sex would work too I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post


    Welp, I missed that one. I thought he meant get on with funding mental health facilities.

    Sex would work too I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post


    Welp, I missed that one. I thought he meant get on with funding mental health facilities.

    Sex would work too I guess.
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    Mods, can you please get rid of posts 39+ in this thread? Mal+, please do not threadshit again (in any thread, especially mine).

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    A big issue is that many of the mentally ill will be mandated to be evaluated if certain criteria is met and the police get called to investigate, however, how do you keep someone on their medications? A lot of schizophrenics will go through a cycle of going on/coming off their medications. I see this all the time in my work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    A big issue is that many of the mentally ill will be mandated to be evaluated if certain criteria is met and the police get called to investigate, however, how do you keep someone on their medications? A lot of schizophrenics will go through a cycle of going on/coming off their medications. I see this all the time in my work.
    How about random urinalysis? Don't show up or pass the test you are not mentally fit and are institutionalized on the taxpayer's dime. I don't understand why we can't force them to medicate.. it seems almost straightforward. Suicide is already illegal and so too should being totally nuts when it could otherwise be prevented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mingularity View Post
    How about random urinalysis? Don't show up or pass the test you are not mentally fit and are institutionalized on the taxpayer's dime. I don't understand why we can't force them to medicate.. it seems almost straightforward. Suicide is already illegal and so too should being totally nuts when it could otherwise be prevented.
    I see where you're coming from, but it's just not a crime to be crazy... Unless you're suicidal or homicidal, there just isn't much intervening that's going to happen.

    Suicide is illegal in that it's prohibited, but what's the penalty for someone that commits the "crime"? lol. You won't see someone charged with "suicide attempt," I guarantee you that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mingularity View Post
    How about random urinalysis? Don't show up or pass the test you are not mentally fit and are institutionalized on the taxpayer's dime. I don't understand why we can't force them to medicate.. it seems almost straightforward.
    How are you going to conduct the random sampling... are you going to have a registered list of schizophrenic people? Who is going to provide the money for the testing supplies, analysis, and how are you going to follow up? And is it feasible at all? Many seriously mentally ill people do not have a static telephone number, much less address, and certainly do not have reliable access to transportation. You're going to commit them all on the basis that they don't show up to a spontaneous drug test?

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    They use injections. For people forced on medication, they get injected once per month.

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