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Schizophrenia and depression facts ig4

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  • 1. Jenny StrandSchizophrenia facts.People with schizophrenia: 6% are homeless or live in shelters6% live in jails or prisons5% to 6% live in Hospitals10% live in Nursing homes25% live with a family member28% are living independently20% live in Supervised Housing (group homes, etc.)After 10 years, of the people diagnosed with schizophrenia:25% Completely Recover25% muchimproved, relatively independent25% Improved, but require extensive support network15% Hospitalized, unimproved10% Dead (Mostly Suicide)After 30 years, of the people diagnosed with schizophrenia:25% Completely Recover35% much improved, relatively independent15% Improved, but require extensive support network10% Hospitalized, unimproved15% Dead (Mostly Suicide)People with schizophrenia are 50 times more likely to attempt to commit suicide than the generalpublic
  • 2. Jenny StrandSchizophrenia facts.1 in 4 people in the UK will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a yearOnly 1 in 10 prisoners have no mental illnessSuicide rates show that men are 3 times more likely to die by suicide than British women