Officials wish new mental illness judgment will save lives

SAN ANTONIO – Mental health officials in Bexar County wish a new judgment to coming mental illness will save lives.

“Individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness, they are expected to die 29 years progressing than people who don’t have a mental illness, privately since of a problem they have accessing primary care,” pronounced Dr. Clarissa Aguilar, of The Center for Health Care Services Northwest Integrated Care Clinic.

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Aguilar pronounced officials wish to extend lives with an integrated process of embedding primary caring and medical services during a mental health hospital on Fredericksburg Road.
“Patients can come in. They can see their provider that provides them with psychiatric remedy and all drugs they typically get for handling romantic disorders. But they can also be seen by a medical alloy or provider,” Aguilar said.

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Some of a psychiatric illnesses treated embody bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and vital depressive disorder.
The Center for Health Care Services was awarded mental health appropriation underneath Senate Bill 292 and House Bill 13, that will eventually yield some-more staff, training and programs focused on diagnosis rather than patients being arrested or finale adult in a puncture room.
“It’s really critical that people commend there is diagnosis out there, there is hope. And a approach we can get improved is perplexing to find services and anticipating a place that will residence both earthy and mental health needs,” Aguilar said.

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