Consult a local attorney right away if you want to get somewhere with this quickly.
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In order to get anything done about this, you will need to hire an attorney. We do not work for free and a free consultation or a contingency fee under these circumstances is probably out of the question. You should seek an attorney in your area, especially one who has a lot of experience with how mental health problems are handled in the local courts, because that has a lot to do with what you are claiming. It is very hard to sue the government. Good Luck.
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