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New York Mental Hygiene - Article 9 Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill

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                                  ARTICLE 9
                     HOSPITALIZATION OF THE MENTALLY ILL
  Section 9.01 Definitions.
          9.03 Admission to a hospital.
          9.05 Examining physicians and medical certificates.
          9.07 Notice   to  all  patients  of  their  rights  and  of  the
                 availability of the mental hygiene legal service.
          9.09 Notices to mental hygiene legal service concerning minors.
          9.11 Patients' records.
          9.13 Voluntary admissions.
          9.15 Informal admissions.
          9.17 Voluntary and informal admissions; suitability.
          9.19 Voluntary and informal admissions; notices.
          9.21 Voluntary and informal admissions; encouragement of.
          9.23 Voluntary and informal admissions; conversion to.
          9.25 Voluntary and informal admissions; review of status.
          9.27 Involuntary admission on medical certification.
          9.29 Involuntary admission on medical certification;  notice  of
                 admission to patients and others.
          9.31 Involuntary  admission  on medical certification; patient's
                 right to a hearing.
          9.33 Court authorization to retain an involuntary patient.
          9.35 Review of court  authorization  to  retain  an  involuntary
                 patient.
          9.37 Involuntary  admission  on  certificate  of  a  director of
                 community services or his designee.
          9.39 Emergency admissions for immediate observation,  care,  and
                 treatment.
          9.40 Emergency  observation, care and treatment in comprehensive
                 psychiatric emergency programs.
          9.41 Emergency admissions for immediate observation,  care,  and
                 treatment;  powers  of  certain peace officers and police
                 officers.
          9.43 Emergency admissions for immediate observation,  care,  and
                 treatment; powers of courts.
          9.45 Emergency  admissions  for immediate observation, care, and
                 treatment; powers of directors of community services.
          9.46 Reports of substantial risk or threat  of  harm  by  mental
                 health professionals.
          9.47 Duties of local officers in regard to their mentally ill.
          9.48 Duties   of  directors  of  assisted  outpatient  treatment
                 programs.
          9.49 Transfer of juvenile delinquents.
          9.51 Residential treatment facilities for  children  and  youth;
                 admissions.
          9.53 Children in the custody of social services officials or the
                 division for youth.
          9.55 Emergency  admissions  for  immediate observation, care and
                 treatment; powers of qualified psychiatrists.
          9.57 Emergency admissions for immediate  observation,  care  and
                 treatment; powers of emergency room physicians.
          9.58 Transport  for evaluation; powers of approved mobile crisis
                 outreach teams.
          9.59 Immunity from liability.
          9.60 Assisted outpatient treatment.
          9.61 Involuntary outpatient treatment.
          9.63 Transportation of persons to or between hospitals.
Section:  Article 9  9.01  9.03  9.05  9.07  9.09  9.11  9.13  9.15  9.17  9.19  9.21  9.23  9.25  9.27  Next

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