An Article 81 proceeding is your only option without his consent. I highly recommend voicing your concerns to his parents and his psychiatrist before beginning legal proceedings.
Mental disease and defect can be very difficult to handle. There are few good solutions aside from rigid adherence to his treatment plan. If he will not do it voluntarily, it may be in his best interest to have a guardian appointed through the Article 81 petition.
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