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MENTAL HEALTH: HHS Leadership Needed to Coordinate Federal Efforts Related to Serious Mental Illness
[Technical Report, Congressional Report]
Government Accountability Office
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In 2013, about 10 million adults in the United States had a serious mental illness. The U.S. mental health care system includes a range of federal programsacross multiple agenciesfor those with mental illness. Past efforts to develop a list of federal programs supporting individuals with serious mental illness have highlighted the difficulty of identifying such programs. GAO was asked to provide information on federal programs that support individuals with serious mental illness. This report identifies 1 the federal programs that support individuals with serious mental illness 2 the extent to which federal agencies coordinate these programs and 3 the extent to which federal agencies evaluate such programs. GAO developed and administered a web-based questionnaire to eight federal agencies regarding program goals, target populations, services offered, evaluations, and coordination. GAO also interviewed agency officials
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