HCA/430 Week 3 discussion question 1

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This week’s first discussion forum will focus on individuals with mental
conditions.

Our health, or the absence of such, can be very expensive.
Many vulnerable populations simply do not have private funds available to pay
for their care.  Relating your research to individuals with mental conditions,
select a mental illness of your choice and answer the following questions:


  • What public financing resources are available to individuals with this
    particular mental condition?
  • What are the eligibility requirements and restrictions to receive these
    funds?
  • What happens if eligibility standards/requirements are not met by those with
    this illness?
  • Are there any alternative care options specific to this group that might be
    available?


Your initial contribution should be 250 to 300 words in
length. Your research and claims must be supported by a minimum of two scholarly
sources beyond your course text.  Use proper APA formatting for in-text
citations and references as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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