No, I responded to exactly what you said. You repeatedly talked about incarceration, not treatment. Even now, your version of “treatment” is one where they can’t leave, so that’s still jail with extra steps.
Surely we all know the whole reason why those involuntary treatment centers were shut down. They didn’t really tend to treat the people in them. People would just be sedated or tied up. People would pretend to be sick as the only way to get in and test them, and then have trouble getting back out even though they clearly did not fit any of the criteria for a mental disorder.
So even your revised claim is just incarceration. It’s just even more expensive while repeating the old system that didn’t work back then, either. You complain about how existing ideas don’t work, but none of the ones that people say would actually work have been tried. Just the ones that make the non-homeless “feel” better.
Once again, Beau of the Fifth Column sums it up:
As for the rest of your comments, they’re the same type that treat the homeless as a THEM instead of an US. They create an outgroup so that you can then treat that outgroup differently. You make the proven false accusations that people are poor because of “bad choices,” when the reality is that we all are a product of our circumstances. We could all wind up homeless.
My tolerance for that sort of thing is below zero at this point. Homeless people are people. They are just like you or I. Same with poor people. Same with people of a different ethnicity or race. Same if they were born in a different country. Same if they have different sexual or gender preferences. And same if they have mental illnesses.
If you say that you can just incarcerate homeless people, there’s no moral argument for them not to just incarcerate us. Enforced incarceration is the real example of “first they came for ____.”