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This chapter examines the allocation of responsibilities for meeting the needs of people experiencing a mental disorder. These responsibilities have shifted among the private and public sectors; federal, state, and local governments; and between the mainstream of health policy and specialized policymaking. In general, the organization of the system that treats and addresses the needs of people with mental illnesses is far more complex, and involves more actors, than the comparable organization of the systems that address the problems of people with other types of health conditions, but over time, the systems have become more similar. This evolution reflects both changes in treatment practices and changes in societal attitudes and programs.
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