Tag Archives: Involuntary Commitment

Missouri Department of Mental Health Merges Adult St. Louis Psychiatric Hospitals

CCHR recommends that citizens execute a Living Will. Continue reading

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Are You Certain About That?

Psychiatry as currently practiced does not and never can cause an improvement in mental health. Continue reading

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Here Come The Judgment

Judgment may be in short supply when under the influence of psychiatry. Continue reading

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Alexa Is Listening For Your Own Good

In Missouri involuntary commitment “for your own good” is the law. Continue reading

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Power to the Patients

Disguising social control as medical treatment is a deceit which conceals an abuse. Continue reading

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Never Out of SORTS

The Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Services (SORTS) program in Missouri has been criticized since it started in 1999. Continue reading

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Psychiatric Destruction of Justice

Once there was the idea that a person is responsible for his own actions; so how is it that we face the absurd situation of psychiatrists testifying to excuse the wrongdoers’ actions? Continue reading

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Involuntary Commitment Under Another Name

Class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of children held in psychiatric hospitals after they had been cleared for release. Continue reading

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Mental Health, Social Justice and Education

  Social Justice: Fair and just relations between the individual and society, assigning rights and duties in the institutions of society, so that people receive basic societal benefits in return for their cooperation and participation.   In the Health Care … Continue reading

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CCHR Florida takes on the psychiatric industry and their agenda to profit off children and families

Diane Stein, President of Citizens Commission on Human Rights, Florida, an unflinching advocate of human rights, takes on the powerful psychiatric and pharmaceutical industries by exposing their hidden agenda to profit off children and families while committing blatant and horrific … Continue reading

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