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Order Following Hearing On Petition For Judicial Admission Form. This is a Michigan form and can be use in Mental Health Statewide.
Tags: Order Following Hearing On Petition For Judicial Admission, PCM 214a, Michigan Statewide, Mental Health
en-USIn the matter of en-USFirst, middle, and last name 1. þ Date of hearing: en-US en-US Judge: en-USBar no. 2. þ A petition has been filed by en-USPetitioner name (type or print)en-US asserting that the individual þ named above meets the criteria for judicial admission for treatment and that the court should order the individual to be þ admitted to a facility. 3. þ The court finds that notice of hearing has been given according to law. The parties were present. 4. þ The hearing was þ with þ without þ a jury. 5. þ The court received and considered the report on the petition for judicial admission for treatment. 6. þ Testimony was given by en-US en-US .en-USTHE COURT FINDS: þ 7. þ The individual is an adult, has been diagnosed as an individual with an intellectual disability, and þ en-US a. can be reasonably expected within the near future to intentionally or unintentionally seriously physically injure self þ or others, and has overtly acted in a manner substantially supportive of that expectation. þ en-US b. the individual has been arrested and charged with an offense that was a result of the intellectual disability. þ 8. þ There þ is þ is not þ an available program of care and treatment other than admission to a facility adequate to þ meet the individual222s care and treatment needs and that is sufficient to prevent harm or injury which the individual may þ inflict upon self or others. þ 9. þ en-US en-US facility can provide the individual with the care and treatment þ adequate and appropriate for his/her condition in the least restrictive environment located nearest to his/her residence. þ 10. þ The individual or a relative requested that the individual be admitted to en-US en-US , a þ private licensed hospital that complies with the duties and requirements for facilities, and has agreed to pay the costs þ with private funds. þ 11. þ The individual does not meet the criteria for judicial admission for treatment. en-USIT IS ORDERED: 12. þ The petition is þ granted. þ denied on the merits. þ en-US dismissed/withdrawn. þ þ 13. þ The individual be admitted to þ þ a. þ a facility designated by the department and recommended by the community mental health services program. þ þ b. þ en-USName of licensed hospitalen-US , which has accepted the individual. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com File No. þ 14. þ The individual undergo alternative care and treatment for a period not to exceed one year. Alternative treatment shall be þ þ under the supervision of en-US en-US as follows: þ en-US þ en-US þ en-US þ If previously admitted to a facility, the individual shall be discharged. en-US15. If a resident is discharged by the director of a facility under MCL 330.1525(1) or (2), the facility must notify the þ court and community mental health services program. If a resident met the criteria for treatment under MCL 330.1515(b), þ the prosecuting attorney must also be notified of the discharge by a facility. 16. þ If felony charges have been previously dismissed under MCL 330.2044(1)(b) and the time for petitioning to refile þ charges has not elapsed, þ a. þ not less than 30 days before the resident222s scheduled release or discharge, the director of the treating facility shall notify þ the prosecutor222s office in the county in which charges against the resident were originally brought that the resident222s þ release or discharge is pending. þ b. þ not less than 30 days before the resident222s scheduled release or discharge, the resident shall undergo a competency þ examination as described in MCL 330.2026. A copy of the written report of the examination along with the notice required þ in item 16a above shall be submitted to the prosecutor222s office in the county in which the charges against the resident þ were originally brought. The written report is admissible as provided in MCL 300.2030(3). en-USDate þ en-USJudge American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com