How can communities participate in providing mental health services for members?

Communities can play a key role in helping provide mental health services for the members of the surrounding area. In fact, it is essential that communities become involved in providing access to mental health care in order for these programs to be successful. Whenever community members become involved in the provision of mental health care services to members who require them, it is far more likely that these individuals will be identified and sent to the proper treatment facilities.

It is also more likely that programs will be completely funded, even if they have to raise money through non-profit organizations. By becoming involved with their local community's efforts to help provide mental health services , residents not only provide much-needed support for mental health patients but also learn much more about these conditions. This can help to remove the stigma that is often associated with mental health issues and their treatments.

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Rutland Mental Health Daniel Quinn has been leading nonprofits and mental health facilities for more than 15 years. After getting his MBA in Health Administration from the Western New England University he became a leader in the mental health field, and the President of the Community Care Network.

Rutland, Vermont