In this discussion, you assume the role of an hspp and respond to one case study involving mental health crises in the context of family living conditions, such as homelessness and unsafe living conditions.

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Inconsistent, unstable, or unsafe living conditions can be detrimental to the mental health of children and adolescents. For example, consider the living conditions in a homeless shelter. A child or adolescent may sleep with their family in one large room with many other homeless families, which offers no privacy or peace and quiet. They may have to stand in line for hours to get meals, or they may skip meals all together. They may have to bathe in a communal bathroom or worry about their belongings being stolen. Now, consider the living conditions in a neighborhood with high levels of violence and crime. A child or adolescent might fear playing outside or walking to school. They may have immediate family or neighbors who were killed by gun violence. How do you think these living conditions might contribute to mental health crises, such as depression and substance abuse? And as an HSPP, how would you respond?
In this Discussion, you assume the role of an HSPP and respond to one case study involving mental health crises in the context of family living conditions, such as homelessness and unsafe living conditions.
Post a response to the following questions:
-What signs and symptoms of a mental health crisis is the person exhibiting?
-What would your initial response be to the person in the case study?
-What non-clinical intervention would you use to help the person manage crisis, and why?
-What is one ethical and/or legal consideration you would make when responding, and why?
Case Study:
Timothy is a 16-year-old adolescent who is homeless. His family frequents the soup kitchen where you volunteer. After dinner service, Timothy shares that he has not been feeling like himself since his family has become homeless. He explains that he has periods when he feels really sad and cries uncontrollably. He says that he feels hopeless and wonders if his family will ever have a stable home again. Although he values his family, he is having trouble finding self-worth. Placing his hands over his face, he begins to cry audibly. You believe that Timothy may be experiencing depression, although he has not been formally diagnosed.

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