The Involuntary Treatment Program serves individuals who are mentally ill and may be dangerous to themselves, others, or to property, or who are so disabled that they require evaluation for involuntary psychiatric commitment. This program:
Evaluates individuals who may require emergency psychiatric hospitalization
Arranges admissions to the evaluation and treatment facilities and psychiatric hospitals
Troubleshoots emergency mental health situations
Seeks less restrictive alternatives to hospitalizations
County Designated Mental Health Professionals can be reached 24/7 at 425-388-7215. View the Family Guide to Involuntary Treatment (revised 2011) for more information.