I was at a county hospital catering to the indigent. My doctors knew I wasn't working. One even asked how much money I had. While I'd first been told my situation should be outpatient, a few days later my status was changed to prolong my stay even further. I'd been told this was fraud, but I don't have inside knowledge of it regularly occurring so I'm not getting anywhere with it. Since my assigned doctor was the head of the department, I feel if it were looked into there'd be a history of abuse in this department. I've reported it to the Medicaid fraud line.I was taken on an involuntary 72 hour psychiatric hold 5150, due to erroneous statements. While I had been told I shouldn't be there, it dragged on. What should've been the final day (without discussion), I was handed a piece of paper stating my team of doctors and social worker changed my status to gravely disabled. It would've gone 14 days longer, then to court. I was released only since I had a family member negotiate for it. i have looked up the legal definitions of these statuses, I am neither. I'm beyond the statute of limitation as this occurred 6 years ago. In cases of fraud is the statute extended? It's close, but hasn't reached the full 6 years on a qui tam statute of limitation.