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Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development Project - Summary Report 2011: Partnerships

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The Asia Pacific Community Mental Health Development Project aims to illustrate and inspire best practice in community mental health care in the Asia-Pacific region through exchange of practical experience and current evidence. The Project works through a high-level network of government mental health officials, leading psychiatrists and research leaders from 17 countries/regions including Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam. In 2008, AAMH published a report summarising the work of the APCMHD project's first stage. This second stage of the project, focuses on partnerships in community mental health care.
Uploaded by asialink on 11/08/2011
Digital publication details: 110 pages.

Video Featurettes, Mental Health Assessment, Mental Health Education

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Welcome to http://www.mentalhealtheducation.com.au. Mental Health Education is an online resource which aims to support the education of health practitioners, mental health assessment and those that will work with people with a mental illness and Sexual Abuse Disclosure.
Uploaded by sureshjoshi4 on 04/10/2013
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

Balance Mag: Mental Health in the Media

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Mental Health in the Media
Uploaded by balancemagazine on 10/23/2011
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

Texas Juvenile Mental Health Courts: An Evaluation and Blueprint for the Future

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As of mid-2010, there were approximately 50 Juvenile Mental Health Courts across the country – with four such specialized courts in Texas. The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates 70 percent of youth in the juvenile justice system have at least one mental health disorder, and at least 20 percent of these youth have significant functional impairment from a serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. Despite these staggering statistics, it is projected that only half of youth with mental health issues receive treatment. CHILDREN AT RISK conducted the first independent evaluation of Juvenile Mental Health Courts across Texas, creating a Blueprint to provide jurisdictions with the fundamental tools needed to establish a Juvenile Mental Health Court. This evaluation examines the cost-effectiveness and success of Juvenile Mental Health Courts in reducing recidivism rates among juveniles with mental illness.
Uploaded by childrenatrisk on 02/22/2011
Digital publication details: 53 pages.

How To Take Care Of Your Mental Health

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For Great Mental Health Tips Please Check This: http://a6e3fdev29knf98o2abfn1v75g.hop.clickbank.net/
Uploaded by ozzy4161 on 01/17/2012
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Regional Mental Health Service Awards Program 2009

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Regional Mental Health Services Awards Program Booklet 2009
Uploaded by geminus on 11/05/2009
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Texas Juvenile Mental Health Courts: An Evaluation and Blueprint for the Future

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As of mid-2010, there were approximately 50 Juvenile Mental Health Courts across the country and four such courts in Texas. The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates that 70% of youth in the juvenile justice system have at least one mental health disorder. Despite these staggering statistics, it is estimated that only half of youth with mental health issues actually receive treatment. The purpose of this evaluation was to determine whether or not Juvenile Mental Health Courts are reducing recidivism rates among juveniles with mental illness while saving tax-payer dollars. Through this evaluation CHILDREN AT RISK found that: Juvenile Mental Health Courts are an effective alternative to placement in psychiatric and detention facilities, reduce recidivism rates, are an effective and efficient use of public resources, and provide participants and their families with the essential skills and resources they need to move toward success.
Uploaded by childrenatrisk on 02/22/2011
Digital publication details: 53 pages.

Mental Health Europe Annual Report 2010

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Mental Health Europe (MHE) is an international non-profit organization established in 1985 and recognized under Belgian law. MHE aims to promote positive mental health, prevent mental health problems, improve mental health care and advocate for the human rights of mental health service users. This is our 2010 annual report.
Uploaded by silvanamhe on 05/25/2011
Digital publication details: 28 pages.

Mental Health Projects

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Selected MENTAL HEALTH Experience is a selection of several recent mental health facilities where we have had the opportunities to use our long term experience in advancing facilities that support excellent mental health care. For us mental health facilities are excellent opportunities to demonstrate how our built environment can positively influence our behavior. Based on our original research we have demonstrated how the design of mental health facilities influences positive outcomes for patients.
Uploaded by thedesignpartnership on 06/29/2011
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Mental Health Feature

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Mental health issues are an often overlooked aspect of University life. Although national campaigns by charities such as Mind or B-eat attempt to increase awareness and dispell stigmas, the general knowledge of mental health disorders does not seem to go beyond the label of conditions such as ‘OCD’ or ‘depression’. In this feature, we hope to raise awareness of some of the problems affecting students, what services are available in Aberystwyth, as well as providing a space for people’s experiences whilst at University. We recently set up a page on our website at abercourier.com, to allow people to post anonymously about their experiences of mental health disorders and their opinion on the services on offer. Thanks to all the people who posted, we are able to present a broad range of opinions on the state of mental health in Aber.
Uploaded by abercourier on 02/20/2012
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