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Re: parinoid schizophrenic/bi-polar disorder

Re: parinoid schizophrenic/bi-polar disorder

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Posted by Daniel on May 22, 2000 at 22:03:23:

In Reply to: parinoid schizophrenic/bi-polar disorder posted by Les on May 20, 2000 at 14:28:26:

You have to refer to your local mental health organizations, they would be most helpful in finding solution for you and your friend. He has to be thoroughly evaluated and I am sure his doctor is aware of his situation. You may alert his doctor about some episodes in his behaviour, if you want. But no-one can put anyone away unless by a medical board decision. In the meantime, talk to the local organizations and good luck to you.


: I am writing this in hopes of finding help for a friend and his family, he is 29 years old and lost his wife from breast cancer two years ago, he has been diagnosed, with both situations by doctors, there have been symptoms on the past , prior to the death of his wife , although since then he has been extremley worse , he has two small children, that his parents are raising, and tryting to take care of him and allo his issues at the same time. He also has displayed a violent side when he is having an episode, which come now as often as several times a week.

: does anyone know of any recovery centers , such as a long term facility, like a (Betty Ford) type of recovery treatment plan available, it would be perferable for this organization to have a Christian foundation, please help this is a desparate situation.

: Thanks

: Les




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