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Indiana Code Title 12. Human Services § 12-28-1-13

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Sec. 13. An individual with mental illness is eligible for services under this chapter if the individual:

(1) has significant mental illness or emotional impairment, as determined by a mental health professional qualified under Indiana statutes and rules;  and

(2) is:

(A) an inpatient or a resident in a facility rendering care or treatment even if the location of the inpatient or resident is unknown;

(B) in the process of being admitted to a facility rendering care or treatment, including an individual being transported to the facility;

(C) involuntarily confined in a municipal detention facility for reasons other than serving a sentence resulting from conviction for a crime;  or

(D) living in a community setting, including the individual's own home.

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