|(a) An adolescent forensic unit admits an adolescent
only if the adolescent meets the criteria described in a paragraph
of this subsection.
(1) Condition of probation or parole. The adolescent's
admission to an adolescent forensic unit fulfills a condition of probation
or parole for a juvenile offense if the adolescent:
(A) based on a clinical evaluation, is determined to
be in need of specialized mental health treatment in a secure treatment
setting to address violent behavior or delinquent conduct;
(B) has co-occurring psychiatric and substance use
(C) has exhausted available community resources for
treatment and has been recommended for admission by the local CRCG.
(2) Commitment under Texas Family Code, Chapter 55.
The adolescent has been committed to a mental health facility under
the Texas Family Code, Chapter 55, Subchapter C or D.
(3) Determined manifestly dangerous. The adolescent
has been determined manifestly dangerous in accordance with HHSC state
(b) An adolescent may not be admitted to an adolescent
forensic unit if a physician determines the adolescent has an ID.