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Table 5 Degree to which patients viewed support services as helpful at addressing their risks and challenges

From: Providing support to psychiatric patients living in the community in Japan: patient needs and care providers perceptions

   very helpful helpful not so helpful
Interpersonal Relationships & Life Skills use of public institution 54.9% 31.0% 14.1%
  management of household expenditure 52.2% 37.8% 10.0%
  performance of community service 26.9% 42.3% 30.8%
  execution of trash separation 31.4% 40.0% 28.6%
  preparation of food 52.4% 35.2% 12.4%
  relationship with potential employers and colleagues 42.2% 42.2% 15.5%
  relationship with family and friends 44.3% 38.5% 17.2%
  relationship with neighbors or other community members 26.4% 37.5% 36.1%
  relationship with co-workers 42.2% 45.1% 12.7%
Living Conditions adapting to changes in one's daily environment 39.7% 42.3% 17.9%
  adapting to changes in residential environment 34.4% 42.2% 23.4%
  practicing fire prevention 29.4% 43.1% 27.5%
  cleaning one's room 34.7% 38.7% 26.7%
Physical Well-being dietary habits 36.4% 38.6% 25.0%
  excessive smoking or alcohol drinking 18.6% 37.3% 44.1%
  problems associated chronic medical illness or disability 37.4% 45.5% 17.1%
  burden of support and care placed on the patient's family 36.1% 44.6% 19.3%
Mental Health chronic mental health conditions 36.8% 45.3% 17.9%
  ideation or actual self-injury 26.6% 40.6% 32.8%
  ideation or actual violence towards others 27.4% 46.8% 25.8%
  compliance with psychiatric medication and outpatient treatment 45.6% 43.3% 11.1%
  mistrust of drug use and treatment policy 34.7% 46.3% 18.9%
Community safety property management 44.3% 34.3% 21.4%
  attitude toward at-home sales 22.2% 40.0% 37.8%
  attitude toward natural disasters 30.2% 41.5% 28.3%
  attitude toward crimes 24.0% 28.0% 48.0%