I don't think there are many places in the world where mental health is treated a seriously as it should be. I have had problems with this in my own family, and it led me to do some research on the way that mental health services work. I read an article that really touched me and I can still remember it. It traced the breakdown of mental health services in New York City and how this led to an increase in murder and crime and homelessness, because people with mental illness had few alternatives.
In one case it detailed a man who had begged to be given therapy or to be locked up before he hurt someone, but for who there was no help given and who eventually did commit murders. Murders that could have been prevented if he had been given the help he asked for in the first place.