New NCHA Online Learning Tool To Help Members Understand Changes to the Involuntary Commitment Process

A continued priority for NCHA is improving the treatment for people living with behavioral health conditions to ensure patients receive the right treatment at the right place and right time. Senate Bill 630, Revise Involuntary Commitment (IVC) Laws to Improve Behavioral Health, became law June 22, 2018. With overwhelming bipartisan support, SB 630 provides a comprehensive update to be in line with best practices for involuntary commitment, voluntary treatment, and outpatient commitment. The law becomes effective on October 1, 2019 and makes significant changes within the behavioral health crisis system. Given the magnitude of the changes, NCHA has an online learning tool to help providers, patients, and policymakers better understand how the law will impact patient care. You can learn more by clicking here.

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