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www. cmha-bc. org Hallucinations and Delusions: How to Respond Hallucinations and Delusions Police officers, emergency workers, family members and friends, may at some time have to respond to a person in mental health crisis.
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www. cmha-bc. org Overview One of the most traumatic experiences anyone can experience is witnessing the unnatural death of another person, especially by suicide.
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