Hello, Marie, Thank you for your additional information, I am very sorry to hear about your heart attack. I know how hard it must be for you,
Believe it or not, withdrawal from alcohol is more dangerous than withdrawal from drugs, and she should not try to do it on her own because it can be fatal. Whether she likes it or not, or agrees with it or not, she will need in-patient treatment. She can have that in a Rehab because they have doctors and nurses and she will be given proper medication to avoid seizures from withdrawing from alcohol.
You can only accomplish this by filing a Petition under the Marchman Act because whether she likes it or not, she will have no choice and cannot refuse in-patient treatment at a Rehab when the Judge signs an Order placing her in a Rehab for in-patient treatment for at least 60 days and the Judge has the power and the authority to extend her in-patient stay another 90 days. If she attempts to leave in-patient treatment at the Rehab before the Judge allows her to, the Judge will send her to jail, and believe me a Rehab is like a vacation compared to being in jail.
You will need a lawyer to take the right steps and prepare the Petition with the appropriate language in the the Petition under the Marchman Act. The lawyer will speak to the Judge about the necessity of in-patient treatment so that your daughter is not allowed to leave the Court without an Order from the Judge to go directly to in-patient treatment.
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