As a result he was deemed not to require secondary mental health services, a care coordinator, ongoing care and treatment planning or aftercare.
What does SMHS stand for?
SMHS stands for Secondary Mental Health Services
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of SMHS
We have 57 other meanings of SMHS in our Acronym Attic
- Senior Manager Human Resources (various companies)
- Stoke Mandeville Hospital Radio (Aylesbury, UK)
- Scottish Mental Health Research Newtork (UK)
- San Marcos High School (California)
- San Marcos High School, San Marcos, TX)
- San Marino High School (California)
- San Mateo High School
- Santa Margarita Catholic High School (California)
- Santa Margarita High School (California)
- School of Medicine & Health Sciences (various schools)
- Sierra Military Health Services, Inc.
- Sisters of Mercy Health System
- Slater Mill Historic Site (Pawtucket, RI)
- Smartphone Mobile Hotspot (T-Mobile)
- Smoky Mountain High School (Sylva, North Carolina)
- Smoky Mountain Historical Society
- South Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC)
- Specialist Mental Health Service (various locations)
- St. Mary's High School
- Starr's Mill High School
Samples in periodicals archive:
People receiving secondary mental health services are likely to need specialist psychological interventions such as in-depth psychotherapy, but are also likely to have primary care needs too (needing treatment for anxiety, depression, etc).
Working across primary and secondary mental health services is enabling one nurse to provide a greater range of therapeutic interventions for patients.
When a mother has a serious mental illness, most of the care will be taken over by secondary mental health services.
One of the biggest highlights for me came in June when holistic Care and Treatment Plans for users of secondary mental health services were finally introduced as part of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure.
The campaign will run until September and will engage with people receiving secondary mental health services or who have serious mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other diagnoses which typically require high levels of care.