Transforming Mental Health Services

Implementing the Federal Agenda for Change


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Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION PUBLISHING
By:
Howard H. Goldman,Jeffrey A. Buck,Kenneth S. Thompson
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PAPERBACK
Pages:
123

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IntroductionPart I: Updated Issue Papers from the Commission SubcommitteesChapter 1. Transforming mental health care at the interface with general medicine: report for the President's CommissionChapter 2. Employment barriers for persons with psychiatric disabilities: update of a report for the President's CommissionChapter 3. Housing for people with mental illness: update of a report to the President's New Freedom CommissionChapter 4. Issues in Medicaid policy and system transformation: recommendations from the President's CommissionPart II: Themes from the CommissionChapter 5. Insights and opportunities: Medicaid directors identify mental health issuesChapter 6. Transformation of children's mental health services: the role of school mental healthChapter 7. The top ten concerns about recovery encountered in mental health system transformationChapter 8. Barriers to recovery and recommendations for change: the Pennsylvania Consensus Conference on psychiatry's roleChapter 9. Transforming mental health and substance abuse data systems in the United StatesChapter 10. Delivery of excellent mental health care and acceleration of research: federal activities since the President's Commission reportPart III: State Examples of TransformationChapter 11. Transformation of the California mental health system: stakeholder-driven planning as a transformational activityChapter 12. "We never used to do things this way": behavioral health care reform in New MexicoChapter 13. Mental health transformation: moving toward a public health, early-intervention approach in TexasChapter 14. Developing statewide consumer networksChapter 15. Mending Missouri's safety net: transforming systems of care by integrating primary and behavioral health carePart IV: Progress and Next StepsChapter 16. Mental health policy and services five years after the President's Commission report: an interview with Michael F. HoganChapter 17. A public health model of mental health for the 21st century

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