Strengthening treatment and support for people with severe mental illness

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The lack of appropriate services for people with serious mental illness is increasingly recognized as a systemic problem. Rogers’ central service area associate medical director of outpatient services Christopher Lowden, MD, and Nashville clinical director Patrick Michaels, PhD, will focus on medical and psychosocial interventions for patients with chronic psychotic illness to promote meaningful community inclusion.

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