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Support Program Can Help Caregivers Cope with Relative's Mental Illness and more updates from NIMH

05 July 2011

Updates from the National Institute on Mental Health:

SUPPORT PROGRAM CAN HELP CAREGIVERS COPE WITH RELATIVE’S MENTAL ILLNESS

A free, nationally available support program can significantly improve a family's ability to cope with an ill relative's mental disorder, according to an NIMH-funded study published June 2011 in Psychiatric Services. Science News: http://www.nimh.nih.gov/science-news/2011/support-program-can-help-caregivers-cope-with-relatives-mental-illness.shtml

More updates can be found by downloading the complete updated PDF

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