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Research shows those who have disclosed aspects of their mental illness frequently report a sense of personal empowerment that enhances self-esteem and promotes confidence to seek and achieve individual goals." - Patrick Corrigan

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Two doctors and a nurse, dressed in scrubs, looking at a medical chartMental Health in the ED Bibliography

As part of our goal to improve emergency medical care to persons with a mental illness diagnosis, we have created a Bibliography of research pertinent to the care of persons with a mental illness in the emergency department.

Burden of Suicide in Wisconsin (2007-2011) Report Released

An average of 724 people have died by suicide in those five years.

"The information will be helpful to promote and use evidence-based interventions, programs, and policies to improve mental and behavioral health issues and interpersonal relationships. One example is a model called “Perfect Depression Care,” which is being promoted by DHS in partnership with Mental Health America of Wisconsin (MHA)."  [Press Release]

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