Provision of Health Services: Mental Health Care

  • Jon CylusEmail author
  • Marya Saidi
  • Martin Knapp
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Part of the Health Services Research book series (HEALTHSR)


Despite estimates that one in four people experience a significant episode of mental illness during their lifetime (Kohn et al., Bull World Health Organ 82:858–866, 2004), mental health remains a much neglected issue. Throughout the world, the level of resources dedicated to mental health is incommensurate with its prevalence or with its burden on society. Stigma and social exclusion can make it harder for people with mental health problems to obtain and maintain work, access appropriate health services, participate in their communities, or enjoy family life. Public attitudes toward mental illness, although showing signs of improving in recent years, are often negative and sometimes discriminatory. A recent Eurobarometer (2010) survey found that two thirds of EU citizens reported feeling uncomfortable talking to someone with a “significant mental health problem,” while one in five found it “difficult.”


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