HIM Framework 4

Expand access to
the full range of
what works
Transform the
Certain groups disproportionately
experience mental health disorders
and addiction or are more likely to
lack access to appropriate care.
Cultural, legal, geographic, and
language barriers can prevent people
from recognizing and seeking care
or impede access to quality and
effective treatment.
Too few people have access to
effective evidence-based care.
Increasing interventions and
practices in clinical settings (e.g.
primary care offices) as well as those
in non-clinical ones (e.g. stronger
supports for caregivers) ensures
that all people have access to the
full range of what works—as does
strengthening connections between
these two settings.Workforce expansion
• Crisis response services
• Integrated health care
• Family support and
involvement groups

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