Court Documents and Briefs: Olmstead v. L.C.
Other Amicus Briefs
- Chambers v. San Francisco: Case that led to increased integrated housing and community-based care.
- DAI v. Cuomo: Challenges New York's failure to comply with the Olmstead decision.
- DOJ-DE Settlement to Transform DE Mental Health System: Settlement made in US v. Delaware.
- DRNJ v. Velez: Settlement agreement that agreed to release hundreds of people in the state psychiatric hospitals.
- Katie A. v. Bonta: Challenges California’s failure to provide home-based and community-based mental health services to children who are in the foster care system or at risk of removal from their families.
- Lynn E. v. Lynch: Class-action complaint on behalf of New Hampshire residents with serious mental illnesses who are or are at risk of being institutionalized in state-run facilities due to the state’s failure to provide community-based mental health services.
- OPA v. CT: Challenges Connecticut’s failure to comply with the Olmstead decision.
- Troupe v. Barbour: Alleges that Mississippi fails to meet the needs of children with mental illnesses.
- U.S. v. Georgia: Settlement agreement resolving Georgia’s unlawful institutionalization of individuals with mental illnesses and developmental disabilities in its state hospitals.
- U.S. v. North Carolina: Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) conducted an eight-month investigation and concluded that North Carolina is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Supreme Court's 1999 Olmstead decision, by failing to afford many people with mental illnesses the opportunity to live in integrated settings.
- U.S. v. Virginia: Alleges that the state had violated the Americans with Disabilities Act and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Olmstead v. L.C. by unnecessarily depriving Virginians with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) of the opportunity to live in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs.
- Williams v. Quinn: Challenges Illinois’ segregation of individuals with mental illnesses in intermediate care nursing facilities.