Residents and Mental Health What Should a Board Do if Someone is Struggling?

What should a board do if a resident appears to be struggling with mental health issues?
When a resident is, or appears to be struggling with mental health issues, knowing what to do or how to help can be a tough call. In this clip, two industry pros talk about boards' obligations - and limitations - when it comes to navigating a sensitive situation. 

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