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Fall 2009: Mental Health Crisis

October 21, 2009

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Network, Fall 2009
Volume 25, Number 2

IN THIS ISSUE: Guest Editorial: Caring for Our Most Vulnerable Is the True Measure of a Civil Society – Here’s Your Hat, What’s Your Hurry? – From “Emergency Couch” to Emergency Care – Still Waiting… – Engaging Youth in Crisis: Keira’s Story – First Responders – Tip Sheet: How to Respond to Someone in a Mental Health Crisis – Invisible Caregiver – Family Support in the ER – Warm Lines – Research Snapshot: SEEI Crisis Studies – The Gold Standard: Responding as a System to Mental Health Crisis

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HERE’S YOUR HAT, WHAT’S YOUR HURRY?

When mental illness visits the ER

FROM “EMERGENCY COUCH” TO EMERGENCY CARE

Ensuring access to ER alternatives for people in mental health crisis

STILL WAITING…

Ontarians speak out for better access to treatment

ENGAGING YOUTH IN CRISIS: KEIRA’S STORY

Mindyourmind inspires young people to reach out for support

FIRST RESPONDERS

Police as front-line mental health workers

TIP SHEET

How to respond to someone in a mental health crisis

INVISIBLE CAREGIVER

A father’s story of caring for his mentally ill daughter

FAMILY SUPPORT IN THE ER

A little information and a little advocacy can go a long way

WARM LINES

Preventing crisis, one call at a time

GUEST EDITORIAL

Caring for our most vulnerable is the true measure of a civil society

RESEARCH SNAPSHOT

SEEI crisis studies

THE GOLD STANDARD

Responding as a system to mental health crisis


Re: Cover
Normand Hébert, J’ai mal à la tête (gouche et collage sur carton), 1994. Collection Les Impatients.
Reproduced by permission. This work appeared in the 2003 exhibit Mindscapes/Vues de l’esprit, Ottawa.

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