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Articles from Behavioral Healthcare (May 1, 2007)

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A history of growth: During the past 50 years, Caron Treatment Centers has expanded to accommodate service demands. Tieman, Doug Company overview 1027
A living document: Mental Health, United States evolves alongside the field. Manderscheid, Ronald W. 699
Behavioral healthcare's new horizon: there's some evidence of a brightening future for the field. Dorna, Holly 1623
Engaging art: therapeutic environments need artwork that excites and inspires patients. Wolff, Rudi 1131
Frustration. Edwards, Douglas J. 518
Hall-Brooke Hospital: Westport, Connecticut. Brief article 257
Helping parents with mental illness: providers often do not take into account adult consumers' family roles. Nicholson, Joanne 1202
Helping states and providers work together: a NIATx initiative brings them to the table to implement process improvements. Fitzgerald, Maureen; Ford, Jay 1311
Improving the chances for success: one agency's experience with software implementation highlights what others can do to make it a smoother process. Greenberg, Marlowe; Kaitano, Chiwoniso; Miller, Rachel 1300
Leaving survival mode behind: Seabrook House and its leader emerge stronger from a period of financial strain in addiction treatment. Enos, Gary A. Cover story 1671
Our time to celebrate: a conference presents an opportunity to bring the "family" together. Hunsicker, Ronald J. 584
Prescribing better risk management: the final article in a three-part series on avoiding medication error lawsuits. Zimmet, Ronald Disease/Disorder overview 1915
Recognizing the feds' good intentions: lawmakers and regulators want to do the right thing, but a lack of understandings of complex reimbursement processes makes it difficult. Porter, Jane M. 856
Spend time treating patients, not pests: integrated pest management programs are essential for long-term success. Harrison, Ron 1128
The 12 steps of launching a new program: a guide for introducing a new service to your community. Leach, C. Elizabeth; Marks, Robyn 1425
The client record is where it all begins: better documentation practices can help improve treatment outcomes. Wanser, Dave 960
The depot paradox: long-acting formulations of antipsychotics can boost treatment adherence rates, but clinicians have been hesitant to use them. Glazer, William M. 2199
The importance of role models: even the way staff members dress affects clients' potential to recover. Provet, Peter 1096
The one-hour rule controversy: experts disagree on who should evaluate patients after they have been secluded or restrained. Levin-Epstein, Michael 860
The value of peer employees: professional staff shouldn't fear peers' greater involvement in the behavioral health workforce. Ashcraft, Lori; Anthony, William A. 1242
Who can afford to stay? Addiction services professionals face low compensation and high credentialing and education costs. Mikell, Shirley Beckett 1186
Wrapping around kids in need: a Missouri provider finds that investing in the front end of services pays off. Matt, Dick 801

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