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Why South Africa is Failing Mental Health Patients and What Can be Done About it

Mental health care in South Africa must be strengthened within local communities as well as de-institutionalized in order to stem increased deaths and reports of neglect. The post Why South Africa is Failing Mental Health Patients and What Can be Done About it appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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