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California's new mental health system helps people live independently
Date:10/2/2013

CORVALLIS, Ore. A new analysis by Oregon State University researchers of California's mental health system finds that comprehensive, community-based mental health programs are helping people with serious mental illness transition to independent living.

Published in the October issue of the American Journal of Public Health, this study has important implications for the way that states finance and deliver mental health programs, and speaks to the effectiveness of well-funded, comprehensive community programs.

In November of 2004, California voters passed the Mental Health Services Act, which allocated more than $3 billion for comprehensive community mental health programs, known as Full Service Partnerships (FSP). While community-based, these programs are different from usual mental health services programs in most states because they provides a more intensive level of care and a broader range of mental health services and supports, such as medication management, crisis intervention, case management and peer support.

It also provides services such as food, housing, respite care and treatment for co-occurring disorders, such as substance abuse.

"We found that these programs promoted independent living in the community among people who had serious mental illness but had not been served or underserved previously," said Jangho Yoon, an assistant professor of health policy and health economist in OSU's College of Public Health and Human Sciences and lead author of the study. "Overall, it reduced their chance of living on the street or being incarcerated in jails and prisons."

The researchers looked at data from 43 of California's 53 counties, resulting in a sample of 9,208 adults over the course of four years. They found that participants who stayed enrolled in the program continuously, without interruption, were 13.5 percent more likely to successfully transition to independent living.

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Contact: Jangho Yoon
Jangho.Yoon@oregonstate.edu
541-737-3839
Oregon State University
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