Can you have a child over 18 commited for help
My 20 year old daughter has already tried to take her life once. I fear she could do this once again in the state of mind she is in. I want to get her some help but, of course she feels she does not need any, are there any legal remidies that I have.
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Re: Can you have a child over 18 commited for help
You can go to your local District Court and ask them about a warrant of apprehension for your daughter. If there is reason to believe that she is a danger to herself or to others, the court can intervene.