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Evaluation of the Protection and Advocacy for Individuals With Mental Illness (PAIMI) Program

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Phase III: Evaluation Report
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This report summarizes a program evaluation of a federally funded, state-based system to protect patient rights of those with significant mental health issues. It reviews the program goals, presents significant findings, and discusses their impact on outcomes for patients.

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PEP12-EVALPAIMI
Publication Date
March 2012
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