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    Mental Health Services in Stevensville

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    Business Listing   Karmosky Charles S AIA - Stevensville, MD - Phone: (410) 643-1057

    Business Listing   Kent Island Marriage & Family Therapy Practice - Stevensville, MD - Phone: (410) 643-7644

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    Helpful Definition for: Mental Health Services

    Mental health, in Stevensville, describes a level of cognitive or emotional well-being or an absence of a mental disorder. Mental Health Services, in Stevensville, may be provided by government organizations and mental health professionals, including specialized teams providing services across a geographical area in Maryland. They may also be provided by private or charitable organizations in Stevensville, and may be based on peer support and the consumer/survivor movement. It would include, within its purview, services like: timely medical intervention in mental and behavioral aberrations in individuals , hospitalization and rehabilitation, drug treatment, counseling and support therapy, family therapy, occupational therapy to encourage social and economic independence in recovering patients, etc.

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