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Repairing Our Broken Mental Health Care System: Advice for Policymakers mental health policy

Patients with severe mental illness (SMI) routinely have no access to adequate medication, psychological counseling, social support, and/or housing. The horrible result is that 600,000 patients are either prisoners or homeless—or rotate between the two. The past 50 years of neglect and criminalization have made the US one of the worst places in the world to have a mental illness.

https://www.psychiatrictimes.com/article/repairing-our-broken-mental-health-care-system-advice-policymakers

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