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The coordination of mental health services at the neighborhood level
Am J Psychiatry 1975;132:1177-1181.
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The neighborhood health center is becoming a major locus of mental health care delivery. Because of their strategic position at the neighborhood level, mental health care systems in the comprehensive health center locus have been able to develop linkages with both general health and community mental health systems to provide a broad continuum of coordinated health and mental health care. Four models identified in a survey of 19 neighborhood mental health programs are described. The authors suggest that persistent problems in coordination of care between neighborhood mental health and other caregiving systems would be considerably alleviated by a fiscal reimbursement scheme that rewarded integration rather than fragmentation of care.

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