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Roadmap to Seclusion and Restraint Free Mental Health Services (CD)

Roadmap to Seclusion and Restraint Free Mental Health Services (CD)

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This training manual supports the training of direct-care staff in strategies for the prevention and elimination of seclusion and restraint in the treatment of people living with serious mental illness or youth experiencing serious emotional disturbances. It uses approaches focused on consumer well-being.

Pub id: SMA06-4055
Publication Date: 4/2006
Popularity: Not ranked
Format: Training Manual
Audience: Professional Care Providers
Population Group: People with Mental Health Problems as Population Group

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09/30/2013 10:48 AM

A professional from a Behavioral Health Treatment Facility said:

This is wonderful and we plan to implement this training within our agency this year. [Thank you for your feedback. Portions of this comment containing customer service inquiries have been redacted. Customers with questions about inventory availability, specific orders, or website technical questions are encouraged to visit our SAMHSA Store Help page at]

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03/31/2014 3:44 PM

A professional from a Nonprofit/Community-based Organization/Coalition said:

I read this awhile back and it had some really amazing information on Restraint Free treatment. I was especially enjoyed the section on using service dogs with patients. We started implimenting the use of service dogs with our kids a few months ago and it has made a huge improvement in mental health. [A commercial link has been removed from this content per our comment policy.]