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Who makes the best mental-hygiene products?

Posted 18 February 2013 - 03:46 PM

NY's Mental Hygiene Warrants

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After the Queens subway attack [of immigrant Sunando Sen], the [city] decided to take a proactive approach to track down the most dangerous mental-health patients that currently have mental-hygiene warrants” out for them, a law-enforcement source said.


So, apparently dirty minds (in addition to styrofoam cups and guns) are outlawed in New York.

My question is: Who makes the best mental hygiene products? Do they make brain scrubbers yet? I bet that would feel good.

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Re: Who makes the best mental-hygiene products?

Posted 18 February 2013 - 04:02 PM

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So, apparently dirty minds (in addition to styrofoam cups and guns) are outlawed in New York.

Ah, no. Not really.

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Those warrants mean that the patients are not wanted for a crime but instead are being sought because they are not getting their court-ordered treatment.
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In the past, the city Department of Health would ask cops for help finding mentally ill people who aren’t taking their court-mandated meds so they could be taken to clinics. But that only applied to those who had known addresses — and patients who went off the grid were rarely pursued, the sources said.

http://www.nypost.co...DFLCfDgxDqmjHIL

More examples on how to obtain one of these warrants..
http://www.mctx.org/...tal_health.html

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The Mental Hygiene Warrant (Involuntary Psychiatric Evaluation Section: 9.43) is intended for individuals with severe psychiatric symptoms who are at risk to themselves or others and are non-compliant with attempts by family to obtain treatment.

http://newyorkcity.n...ocedure_754_2_0


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My question is: Who makes the best mental hygiene products? Do they make brain scrubbers yet? I bet that would feel good.

*sigh*

Seeing the OP chose not to provide a discussion point (instead some some asinine comment), I am going to close this post.
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