Domiciliary care is a mode of care delivery to clients who are acutely mentally ill as an alternative to admission or inpatient care. In this model of care, clients who are acutely mentally ill are supported in their homes by community team instead of being admitted. Clients are supposed to have good social support and should not be a threat to self and the community. Community Mental Health nurses assess clients in crisis and provide intensive nursing care and follow up care. This is done to empower guardians and communities to participate in clients care while in their homes. Guardians participate in decision making.