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    Community Services Boards

    A Community Services Board, also known as a Behavioral Health Authority in some communities (CSB/BHA), is a local provider of supports to individuals with mental health challenges, substance use disorders and intellectual disabilities (ID). CSBs/BHAs provide support coordination/case management for individuals who wish to transition from an institution to the community using the Intellectual Disabilities (ID) Waiver.

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    Community Services Boards

    A Community Services Board, also known as a Behavioral Health Authority in some communities (CSB/BHA), is a local provider of supports to individuals with mental health challenges, substance use disorders and intellectual disabilities (ID). CSBs/BHAs provide support coordination/case management for individuals who wish to transition from an institution to the community using the Intellectual Disabilities (ID) Waiver.

  • This NIH paper summarizes the various anxiety disorders including panic attacks and post traumatic stress disorder.

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  • Caregivers are at a high risk for depression. Learn how to recognize depression in yourself and others and how to treat it.

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  • Depression is a serious medical illness. This article may help you determine if you are experiencing depression, and provide some suggestions for next steps.

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  • The importance of good mental health among older adults is stressed in this article. It identifies the signs of depression and other emotional problems and suggests steps older adults can take to overcome these problems.

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  • The National Center for PTSD provides an informational article on helping a family member who has PTSD.

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  • While there is no magic formula for surviving times of high anxiety, taking stock of your own history can help you deal more effectively with stressful reminders.

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  • Person-centered care is a way of thinking and doing things that makes your loved one an equal partner in planning, developing and monitoring care to make sure it meets their needs.

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