Marchman Act Citrus County

Marchman Act Citrus County

Citrus 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 Citrus County, FL cities listed below: 

  • Beverly Hills
  • Crystal River
  • Dunnellon
  • Floral City
  • Hernando
  • Holder
  • Homosassa
  • Homosassa Springs
  • Inverness
  • Lecanto

If a loved one or family member needs addiction help in Florida, you may be able to use the Marchman Act in Citrus County. In Florida, a court may order involuntary addiction treatment for individuals who refuse voluntary treatment and might present a danger to themselves or others, provided they meet the Marchman Act Florida requirements.

In Citrus County, you will file the necessary petitions with the Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller’s office. Once you have started the process of initiating the Marchman Act in Florida, it will be up to the Court whether an assessment is ordered. Based on the results of an involuntary evaluation and assessment, court ordered addiction treatment may be ordered.

You will be notified of these hearings and will be required to attend, or your petition may be dismissed. The court will also take into account if there are beds available in state funded rehabs in Florida, or if you or the addicted person has the ability to pay for private treatment if ordered.

Citrus County Marchman Act Filing Location:

Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller


110 N Apopka Ave

Inverness, FL 34450

Citrus County Marchman Act Receiving Facility:

LifeStream Citrus County Access Center located at:

6 Regina Blvd Ste 12

Beverly Hills FL 34465

Lifestream Evaluation Facility

2020 Tally Rd.

Leesburg, FL 34748


Additional Notes:

You will need to bring a picture ID and an address or location for the individual for whom you are seeking evaluation and treatment. The addicted person must reside in Citrus County, and you should arrive at the office of the Clerk of Court before 4pm, to allow time to process paperwork before they close at 5pm.

After filing, the court will review your petition and make a decision whether to order involuntary stabilization and assessment. If your petition is granted, the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office will serve notice on the person and transport them to a designated receiving facility.