Our expert says:
If, according to your story, she is s heavy-drinking alcoholic, none of the other treatment for bipolar disorder or schizophrenia would be likely to be successful. You seem to be describing someone who is paranoid, possibly psychotic. <br>It could indeed be useful for the cops, who have the right to do so, would take her to the Pretoria Academic hospital or Weskoppies for observation and assessment, as it sounds as though she needs serious treatment. I'm not certain that there has to be a sworn complaint from someone like you, if a policemant himself observes her to be appreacing unstable and apparently ill. As Micky says, you could also contact the Welfar authorities, too. How did she get all those fancy diagnoses --- isn;'t she under the "care" of some doctor at the hospital, who could be called to inform him/her of her condition ?
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