(a) At the final hearing on a petition for commitment seeking the involuntary commitment of a respondent, the probate court may order that the respondent participate in outpatient treatment provided by a designated mental health facility.
(b) The probate court shall not order outpatient treatment unless the designated mental health facility has consented to treat the respondent on an outpatient basis under the terms and conditions set forth by the probate court.
(c) If outpatient treatment is ordered, the order of the probate court may state the specific conditions to be followed and shall include the general condition that the respondent follow the directives and treatment plan established by the designated mental health facility.
(d) Pursuant to this section, an order for outpatient treatment shall not exceed 150 days.
(e) The designated mental health facility shall immediately report to the probate court any material noncompliance with the outpatient treatment order. The report shall set forth the need for revocation of the outpatient treatment order and shall be verified and filed with the probate court.
(f) The probate court shall set a hearing to consider the motion for revocation of the outpatient treatment order. The hearing procedures and safeguards set forth in this article, applicable to a petition for involuntary commitment, shall be followed. If at the hearing, the probate court finds, based upon clear and convincing evidence, that the conditions of outpatient treatment have not been met, and that the respondent meets inpatient criteria, the probate court may enter an order for commitment to inpatient treatment.
(g) No county shall be financially responsible for the cost of provision of outpatient mental health services ordered pursuant to this article. The cost for the provision of outpatient services are not allowable costs under Section 22-52-14.