Do people involuntarily committed to a mental facility still have rights?
What does West Virginia law say about the treatment a person receives after being committed to a facility?
Does someone involuntarily committed to a mental health facility lose their parenting time or rights?
Will a judge consider a person’s mental health when determining parenting time and/or custody?
Can someone be evicted from their home because they have a mental illness?
Can someone with a mental illness have an emotional support service animal in public housing?
Can a landlord refuse someone housing who utilizes an emotional support service animal?
If someone is voluntarily committed to a mental health facility for treatment, will they lose the right to bear arms?
How can a person protect their right to bear arms?
If someone loses their gun rights, is there a way to regain the ability to possess a firearm?
What is a Psychiatric Advance Directive?
What must be included in a psychiatric advance directive to consider it valid?
If a person has a psychiatric advance directive, does the service provider have to follow it?
Can a psychiatric advance directive be withdrawn?
How can a person get an attorney?
What is the attorney’s job?
Should a person with a mental illness disclose this to their attorney?
Will the attorney keep statements made to him or her confidential?