Flagler County Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Services
Marchman Act Addiction Treatment helps you and your loved ones find court ordered drug and alcohol treatment under the Marchman Act and Baker Act in the Flagler County, FL cities listed below:
- Flagler Beach
- Palm Coast
If you believe a friend or relative is in need of involuntary addiction treatment, you can file for the Marchman Act in Flagler County. The Marchman Act Florida requirements state that a family member or close friend can petition the court requesting the involuntary stabilization and assessment when that individual does not recognize a need for treatment and their actions might endanger themselves or other people.
If the person struggling with addiction lives or is residing in Flagler County, Florida, the Marchman Act allows you to seek addiction help in Florida even when your friend or family member is resisting all other attempts at support. The Court will review your petition for the Marchman Act in Florida, and may order the individual to be picked up by a local sheriff or law enforcement officer. This decision will partly depend on the availability of state funded rehabs in Florida, and/or an ability to pay for private treatment programs.
Flagler County Marchman Act Filing Location:
Kim C. Hammond Justice Center
2nd Floor Court Clerk’s office
1769 E Moody Blvd, Bldg 1
Bunnell, FL 32110
Flagler County Marchman Act Receiving Facility:
Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral Health Care
120 Willis Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
You will work with the Mental Health Department and the Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s office to file a Marchman Act petition. The filing office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 4:30, although you should arrive at least one hour before closing to allow time to process paperwork.