Can a Baker Act refuse treatment?

by | Apr 15, 2020

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Yes, a person can refuse treatment if it was determined during the initial examination that the person is competent to consent. If the person was deemed incompetent then the facility must to have a guardian advocate appointed.

For more information on the Baker Act click here.


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