Which of the following situations would meet the criteria for involuntary commitment of a patient?
• To meet the criteria for involuntary commitment, the patient must be an immediate threat to self or others.
• Depressed individuals meet the criteria for involuntary commitment only when they become a danger to themselves or others.
• Schizophrenia does not require commitment, and many schizophrenics live alone and do not require hospitalization.
• Leaving a child alone can be classified as child neglect but does not require involuntary commitment.