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Call 911 or other emergency services if you (or a loved one with schizophrenia):
Call a doctor if you (or a loved one with schizophrenia):
This government agency web site will let you access general information on schizophrenia as well as news and research updates. This link will take you to the web site.
National Institute of Mental Health
Read the Schizophrenia Resources article > >
If you are worried that you or a loved one may have schizophrenia but need help deciding whether to see your doctor, read about some of the reasons people don't get help and how to overcome them.
Health professionals who can help diagnose schizophrenia or who may work together with other health professionals to treat schizophrenia include:
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