My best friend has bipolar disorder and has gotten off his meds. He thinks that the cops are following him (he thought the lady at the Sprint store was an undercover agent checking him out), and he now thinks that he\'s not bipolar. He has been hospitalized for this before, and he can get dangerously delusional. his only family member skipped town--she\'s too afraid to deal w/him--so i feel responsible. I called a local MHMR ctr., and they told me they can\'t legally help him unless he wants help. They told me to call the cops on him. Is there anything else I can do? I really need some advice.
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