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The available evidence suggests that persons with severe mental illness who are involved in treatment have a lowered risk of arrest and violence because of the reduction of their psychiatric symptoms and substance abuse. However, in general, many of the individuals most in need of psychiatric treatment are least likely to believe they need it and adhere to… (More)
Following almost three decades of war, Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world. GDP per capita is estimated at about US$360 for 2007 (IMF 2007a). Life expectancy at birth is only 44.5 years (UNDP 2008), and maternal and child mortality are among the highest in the world. The literacy rate in the general population is very low (36 percent),… (More)