Evaluation of involuntary care and treatment under the Lanterman-Petris-Short act: a final report submitted to State Department of Mental Health, Division of Planning, Evaluation and Promotion
California. Dept. of Mental Health. Division of Planning, Evaluation and Promotion, Behavioral Assistance Resources Center
Dept. of Mental Health, Health and Welfare Agency, State of California, 1981 - Law - 404 pages
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