A 44-year-old member asked:
please answer! what services are there for adults who are struggling with mental health?
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psychiatry 20 years experience
Several: There are several options available like seeing a psychiatrist, therapist or going to a support group. If you have insurance, you can give them a call and ask for a list of their mental health providers. The phone book should also have a list of services. Nami is good educational/support program here is their link :http://www.Nami.Org/mstemplate.Cfm?Site=nami_oregon.
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Im doing a comparison of treatment plans for mental health adults. I needed some to look at. Do u know where i can go and look at treatment plans ?
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Psychiatry 42 years experience
Very vague: Treatment plans are individualized for the particular problems being addressed, and the person who has them. They are developed between the psychiatrist and/or therapist and the patient. There are generalized manuals about developing treatment plans, and many clinics list types of therapies offered. Any sensible "comparison" of treatment plans would have to be done on a case-by-case basis.
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