Mental Health Criteria - Significant mental impairment must be
documented by a mental health professional prior to the offense.
*Criminal History - A current offense must be related to the mental impairment. Misdemeanors and low-level, non-violent felony offenses are considered. Violent offenses against persons, especially if a weapon is involved, are NOT accepted. Exception: Family violence cases are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Criminal District Attorney Approval - ALL cases are reviewed by the Criminal District Attorney's office for final approval.
Conditions - Participants must agree to comply with the
conditions of the program.
Conditions of the Mental Health Diversion Program:
County Telephone Operator 817-884-1111
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