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The issues for a facility...laws will have to change about how one can be kept against their free will.  What documentation or who would be qualified to say a child is crazy and it is not a parent trying to negate there responsibility...?  Such a potential mess.
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Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

yall are damn cold smh

If you're killing animals...the next is people. 
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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by foxyroy19 foxyroy19 wrote:

LOCK HIM WHERE!?!  There is no such facility anymore...Please people do your research and you will find your health insurance will not help you...smdh.  Facilities that use to keep you against YOUR WILL don't exist anymore other than prison.


i asked this question in another thread but no one answered...do you know the age cut off for putting your child up for adoption without consequence?  

I think the cutoff for Baby Moses law in most states, for dropping kids off, is 16yrs
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It is not very easy to get some one committed plain and simple.  What may work for one will not work for all.  Extenuating circumstances.  Distance of facility.  How often can one visit. 
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Originally posted by foxyroy19 foxyroy19 wrote:

It is not very easy to get some one committed plain and simple.  What may work for one will not work for all.  Extenuating circumstances.  Distance of facility.  How often can one visit. 

Thats why you do research. And also have him evaluated to see what may possibly be wrong to begin with that way they can figure out from there what type of facility, if any, to put him in to or what type of help to get him
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They have already tried at least 12 treatment centers and.rehab facilities, and they STILL have a little serial killer/psychopath on their hands.

Hate to do it, but the next time he decided to nut up, I would have to call the law.

Yeah, I'm sure it would hurt to have your own child locked up, but I couldn't live with the guilt of him hurting or killing someone's child and I KNEW he had issues.
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thanks for the info @ zolloh and foxy.

this is all scary.  i wonder how often black parents experience children who fit the description in the OP.  are black parents less likely to seek help?
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Originally posted by ShadyLady ShadyLady wrote:

They have already tried at least 12 treatment centers and.rehab facilities, and they STILL have a little serial killer/psychopath on their hands.

Hate to do it, but the next time he decided to nut up, I would have to call the law.

Yeah, I'm sure it would hurt to have your own child locked up, but I couldn't live with the guilt of him hurting or killing someone's child and I KNEW he had issues.

For some reason I don't think the law would do a darn thing until something actually happens because they are sorry as hell to be honest. Mean as it may sound I'd drop him off on somebody's jail doorstep then have my bags packed and ready to high tail it to another city and state without him. Or, if he's old enough yet see if I can have him emancipated. OuchStern Smile
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People need to call their health insurance...their local mental healt facility and you will find out it is NOT easy to have someone committed.  I promise you.  It is not.  I feel for the families that have to go through this because you are damned if you do and damned if you don't.

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Nobody's saying it's easy but there are ways of getting help out there. It's all a matter of doing research to find those ways. And it also depends on one's insurance. I only know because of my brother being admitted due to baker acting himself.

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