Month: October 2016

Community Mental Health Re-Discovered

I have always believed in having a plan, a next step. Call it a goal or an objective. I believe in a tomorrow that begins with right now. More than half a decade has passed since the completion of my last six-year plan. For better or worse, it […]


Forced Treatment: An Ethics of Hope for Severe and Persistent Mentally Ill Persons

This article seeks to articulate the challenges with treatment of Severe and persistent mental health diagnoses for persons (SPMI) non-adherent to the clinical recommendations of their providers. It is the intent of this author to outline why it is so important to seek out available treatment early on […]

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