Monthly Archives: November 2010

Fiscal Crisis Impact on Mental Health System

Family members with loved ones in “The System” depend on the critical services they provide. But the recent financial crisis is reeking havoc on state budgets everywhere, threatening many of the services on which family loved ones with psychiatric disabilities … Continue reading

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Compulsory Treatment: A New Course at PsychOdyssey Academy

PyschOdyssey Academy takes on one of the most challenging issues for families—and one of the most contentious subjects in the psychiatric rehabilitation field today–in its new course, PsychOdyssey 350: Compulsory Treatment. Review all of PsychOdyssey Academy’s courses here.

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Ticket to Work: A Tool for Supported Employment

In our newly modified Research… section, which will now feature separate pages on each Aspect of Need, we include new information about the Social Security Administration’s “Ticket to Work” program, a helpful resource for augmenting financial security for individuals with psychiatric disabilities who want … Continue reading

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