At a minimum, you will want to seek the help of a psychiatrist who can partner with you in developing a treatment plan for your loved one and is willing to make house calls, especially if your loved one refuses to go to the doctor themselves. You may also want to hire an attorney for legal counsel as well as seek other caregivers who can provide additional support to you.
4. Develop a Plan to Start
But the biggest obstacle that you and your team may face is deciding the best way to kickstart treatment if your loved one continues to refuse help of any kind. Police involvement or additional court hearings are potential options but should be fully understood and discussed with your team prior to selecting the best method to pursue.
3. Develop a Treatment Plan
2. Assemble Your Team
1. Consider Legal Guardianship