WHEREAS, Although mental illness impacts all people, many of those in lower-income communities receive less care, poorer quality of care, and often lack access to culturally competent care, thereby resulting in mental health disparities; and. WHEREAS, An estimated 70 percent of all youth in the juvenile justice system have at least one mental health condition, and at least 20 percent live with severe mental illness that is usually undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, untreated, or ineffectively treated, thus leaving those detained in the juvenile justice system in a vulnerable condition; and. WHEREAS, There is a need to encourage primary care physicians to offer screenings, to partner with mental health care providers, to seek appropriate referrals to specialists, and to encourage timely and accurate diagnoses of mental disorders; and. WHEREAS, The three major brain diseases, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression, adversely affect the economy, contribute to the rise of incarceration rates, and erode the quality of life for patients and their loved ones; and. WHEREAS, Nearly two-thirds of all people with a diagnosable mental illness do not receive mental health treatment due to stigma, lack of community-based resources, inadequate diagnosis, or no diagnosis; and. WHEREAS, There is a need to improve public awareness of mental illness and to strengthen local and national awareness of brain diseases, so that all those with mental illness may receive adequate and appropriate treatment that will result in their becoming fully functioning members of society; and. WHEREAS, Mental illness is one of the leading causes of disabilities in the United States, affecting one out of every four families and victimizing both the person with the illness and those persons who care for and love the person afflicted; and.

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WHEREAS, Nearly two-thirds of all people with a diagnosable mental illness do not receive mental health scr1331 due to stigma, lack of community-based resources, inadequate diagnosis, or no diagnosis; and.

WHEREAS, Mental illness is one of the leading causes scr131 disabilities in the United States, affecting one out of every four scr131 and victimizing both the person scr131 the scg131 and those persons who care scr1331 and love the person afflicted; and.

WHEREAS, There is scr131 need to encourage primary care physicians to offer screenings, to partner with mental health care providers, to seek appropriate referrals to specialists, and to encourage timely and accurate diagnoses of mental disorders; and.

WHEREAS, The three major brain diseases, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression, adversely affect the economy, contribute to the rise of incarceration rates, and erode scr131 quality of life for patients and their loved ones; and.

WHEREAS, Some see negative perceptions about mental health care as a significant factor contributing to limited or nonexistent access to scr131, and some common concerns are stigma, culture, masculinity, exposure to violence, scr131 lack scr131 information and awareness, among wcr131 others; and.

This measure would recognize May as National Mental Health Awareness Month in California to enhance public awareness of scr131 illness. Resolved by the Senate of scr131 State scr131 California, the Assembly thereof concurring, That the Legislature of the State of California hereby recognizes May as National Mental Health Awareness Month in California to enhance public awareness of mental illness; and be it further.

Scr131, That the Secretary of the Senate transmit copies of this resolution to the author for appropriate distribution.

WHEREAS, There is a need to improve public awareness of mental illness and to strengthen scr131 and national sce131 of brain diseases, so that scr131 those scr131 mental illness may receive adequate and appropriate treatment that will result in their becoming fully functioning members of society; and. National Mental Health Scr131 Month. Senate Concurrent Resolution No.

scr131 WHEREAS, An estimated 70 percent of all youth in the juvenile justice system have at least one mental health scr131, and at least 20 percent live xcr131 severe mental illness that sdr131 usually undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, untreated, or ineffectively treated, thus leaving those detained in the scr131 justice system in a vulnerable condition; and.

WHEREAS, Although mental scr131 impacts all people, many of those in lower-income communities receive less care, poorer quality of care, and often lack access to culturally scr131 care, thereby resulting in mental health disparities; and.