Dyslipidemia is very common in the general population. The CDC estimates that one third of the U.S. population has high LDL (bad) cholesterol. In addition, certain medications taken by clients to treat serious mental conditions can raise cholesterol levels. For these reasons, it is important for Health Care Home Case Managers to be familiar with the definition, causes, and management of dyslipidemia. In this presentation, Dr. Casey Williams will discuss the prevention and treatment of dyslipidemia in clients with mental illness.