Mark Wilhelmi, a client of the Access Team, an innovative mental health program
Mark Wilhelmi, a client of the Access Team, an innovative mental health program operated by Maine Medical Center, on September 13 was evicted from the house he shared with his mother at 111 Woodlawn Avenue in Portland. Wilhelmi had dismantled the house, forcing the city to post it as unsafe due to structural damage. Wilhelmi was receiving state-of-the-art mental health care at the time, leaving some observers wondering how Access Team members allowed him to carry out his handiwork in front of their eyes. Details, related article on the Maine Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation's "Re-Investing in Mental Health Care" plan, submitted December 1 to meet a deadline stemming from the Augusta Mental Health Institute consent decree.
ACCESS (mental health and substance abuse program), Mentally ill, Mark Wilhelmi
Young, Bob, "Mark Wilhelmi, a client of the Access Team, an innovative mental health program" (1994). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 592.
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