mentally ill


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mentally ill

adjective bereft of reason, certifiable, delirious, demented, deranged, disabled, disordered, frenetic, frenzied, hysterical, incoherent, maniacal, manic, mental, mennally deranged, neurotic, of unsound mind, paranoiac, phobic, psychotic, raving, suffering with schizophrenia, unsound
Associated concepts: insanity
See also: lunatic, non compos mentis
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Family members of mentally ill people are assured internships in the services provided by the project (2 days), other service providers for the mentally ill in the Czech Republic (2 days in selected Prague Services) and the Foreign Service in Finland and the Netherlands (5 days).
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Estimates vary, but most psychiatrists, epidemiologists, and tobacco control experts concur that seriously mentally ill individuals smoke at high rates.
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The mistake here is the implication that all mentally ill patients, discharged from hospital, pose a potential threat to the public at large.
But Government in Britain is determined to hurt the mentally ill.
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Her unwavering commitment to provide improved health care and community resources for the mentally ill was further inspired by her devoted love and care for her son Stephen after he was diagnosed with mental illness.
This resulted in many of the mentally ill living homelessly, often self-medicating with illicit drugs, and experiencing a revolving door from prison to street.
ISABEL Schwarz was a young social worker stabbed to death in her office in Bexley, Kent, by Sharon Campbell, a mentally ill female who had been on her clients.
Gary Williams, who recently retired as Health and Human Services supervisor with the health department, was recognized for his more than 40 years of work with the mentally ill and homeless.