After Newtown, Connecticut Likely to Rethink Outpatient Treatment

Connecticut is one of six states without a law that allows court-ordered treatment, under certain circumstances, for people with mental illness who are not hospitalized.
January 4, 2013
 

Connecticut is one of six states without a law that allows court-ordered treatment, under certain circumstances, for people with mental illness who are not hospitalized.

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