Mental Health and Community Associations
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Community association board members and managers will work with people from all walks of life, including residents who are living with behavioral or mental health issues. 

While some residents may openly discuss their struggles and/or specific diagnosis, other residents' struggles may go undiagnosed and undisclosed, making it harder for the board or management to understand the situation.

Regardless of the scenario, all residents deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. If associations fail to treat a resident with the appropriate care, they may find themselves liable for damages.

Check out this article to learn how community administrators can appropriately address and support residents living with behavioral or mental health issues.