In order to succeed, people must have access to quality mental health care, and they must be responsible for their treatment. Peer support groups are also shown to be beneficial for those in recovery. Still, people living with schizophrenia may need frequent guidance from mental health professionals and other social workers who can help them maintain responsibilities like money management and other daily life tasks. Unfortunately, even with treatment, many people with schizophrenia are unable to manage daily life responsibilities and functioning.
- Q What options help people with schizophrenia who are suicidal?
- Q Can a person with schizophrenia have a relapse if they are not treated?
- Q How does Medicaid help people with schizophrenia?
- Q Are psychiatrists trained to treat schizophrenia?
- Q What are the treatment options for schizophrenia?
- Q What are the chances of recovering from schizophrenia?