Mental Health Condition (Psychotic Disorders) Crisis Prevention Petition especially when caring for children
Goal: Save the Individual and the Child--Mental Health Laws Should Protect the vulnerable.
Signing the Petition for a change in Mental Health procedures on abuse (emotional and physical) and neglect with Child involvement.
Open communication between state, CPS, And judicial System in a mental health crisis.
1. Mental Health evaluations are done every six months on persons with a history of mental conditions related to Psychotic Disorder, which involves a child custody case for up two years of continuous treatment or no signs of immediate concern.
2. Judicial representatives, CPS Workers, and State workers are trained in these cases of mental health conditions.
3. CPS records are easily accessible in mental health cases with abuse physically or emotionally and negligence of children to the Judicial System.
4. People with psychotic disorders are placed on an Alert list if they are not following treatment.
The state should allow judicial and state offices to access mental health records for child custody and safety placement. Adequate training is necessary on mental health illness by all branches of government, judicial and state, and CPS before assigning these cases. State, judicial and federal entities should assess frequent mental health evaluation and drug use of primary care providers—social pathways for family healing with extended family, community, church, or specialized groups.
Mental health is increasing at an alarming rate, especially after the Covid-19 pandemic. Congress needs to implement changes in mental health laws to promote mental health awareness in the workplace, home, and medical facility. In addition, families should be able to identify when loved ones are inappropriate and non-compliant with treatment before becoming a threat to themselves or someone else.
According to a 2015 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development assessment, 564,708 people were homeless on a given night in the United States. At a minimum, 140,000 or 25 percent of these people were seriously mentally ill, and 250,000 or 45 percent had any mental illness. A 2016 study found that 4.2 percent of U.S. adults have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness.
The most vulnerable children are losing their lives or being sexually assaulted by the primary person caring for them. Children are the object of anger because they are the most susceptible. Behind closed doors, they obtain the most atrocities, and because they are so loving, they quickly forget the event until it is too late for the child. Privacy laws have caused medical and families to be distant and limit involvement, decreasing the ability to protect the most vulnerable population. Unfortunately, people are afraid to get involved. By the time a child gets to the healthcare facility, they have experienced trauma, broken bones, etc. Children should not undergo the horror from the primary person caring for them.
Alert List allows individuals diagnosed with Psychotic Disorders to be identified quickly if non-compliant with treatment. They should be prohibited from firearm purchases. Alert must include judicial, cps, health providers, and sale of alcohol. Treatment must be instituted, a stipend is given, and family-community support. Individuals monitor frequent evaluation for 1-2 years.
Tell Congress that city, state, and federal change procedures regarding the mental health condition of individuals with Psychotic Disorders, especially those carrying children! Mental Health conditions are complex. It would be better to address the critical issues before individuals are isolated. Preventing mental health deterioration is beneficial for the whole society. Extreme mental health condition affects everybody. Would you sign the Mental Health Condition (Psychotic Disorders) Crisis Prevention Intervention Petition?
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