California’s new Community Assistance, Recovery and Empowerment (CARE) Act aims to help the system of care serve the needs of those who have fallen through the cracks with robust and comprehensive services, including behavioral health services, stabilization medications and housing. The CARE Act is different from other civil outpatient models in the U.S., in that it also holds the county behavioral health system accountable for providing this comprehensive care. While “court-ordered” care often has a negative connotation, join our webinar to hear Katherine Warburton, D.O., Medical Director at the California Department of State Hospitals, discuss how this new model supports the needs of the most vulnerable and learn about how clinicians can petition the court.