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PUBLICATION DATE: 2013

This document is designed to help create and enhance an understanding of Housing First practice, programs, philosophy and principles in a Canadian context. It is intended to provide practical guidance to service providers across the country on what Housing First is, and how it can be implemented.

Ce document a été conçu afin de mieux faire connaître la pratique, les...

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RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1996

Focuses primarily on the assessment of civilian stressor events that would be included in criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) / the initial necessary criterion for PTSD (Criterion A) requires that an individual has experienced an event that is perceived as highly threatening and which may include threat to life or physical integrity or actual injury to that individual or serious harm or death of a loved one / events described as...

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PUBLICATION DATE: 1995

Process and outcome in small groups for children of battered women Battered women seeking safe shelter and other services seldom arrive alone. They often are followed through the shelter or agency door by their children. In fact, it is the safety and well-being of their children that many times acts as a catalyst for women's decisions to leave their violent partners and seek help (Henderson, 1990; Hilton, 1992; Syers-McNairy, 1990). Advocates...

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1992

This book represents a follow-up report to the recommendations in the 1984 American Psychiatric Association Task Force Report, The Homeless Mentally Ill. This book is divided into two sections. In the first section, The Context of Treatment, the authors set the stage for understanding the problems of the homeless mentally ill. This section includes an analytic review of the literature, a discussion of deinstitutionalization, a cross-...

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1997

Rapidly growing numbers of mentally ill homeless present a significant challenge for care- givers everywhere. A practical guide to assist individuals starting programs to address the needs of this population, Mentally Ill and Homeless presents six research demonstration projects arising from the Federal McKinney Homelessness Act. Internationally recognized contributors from across the mental health disciplines assemble to present solutions....

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1995

This chapter discusses coerced mental health treatment in the community, a court mandated form of treatment known as outpatient commitment. This type of mandatory mental health treatment in the community grew out of the 1960s and 1970s civil rights reform of mental health law when basic principles of due process and protection of individual liberties were applied to mental patients. The author discusses the "least restrictive...

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 2000

This paper uses data from the second year of the Access to Community Care and Effective Services and Supports (ACCESS) demonstration program to examine the relationship of service system integration to the use of housing services and outcomes, and to compare the results with the first year data. Clients at 18 sites were evaluated at baseline, three months, and twelve months. The results show that service system integration was significantly...

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1996

This chapter begins by defining what is meant by hostel and shelter accommodation in the United Kingdom. Studies of homeless in the UK are then reclassified into hostel and shelter populations. The findings revealed by this reclassification are then discussed. On the basis of these findings, the authors describe the size of the mentally ill hostel population and the characteristics of its members. (HRC)

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1997

Rapidly growing numbers of mentally ill homeless present a significant challenge for care- givers everywhere. A practical guide to assist individuals starting programs to address the needs of this population, Mentally Ill and Homeless presents six research demonstration projects arising from the Federal McKinney Homelessness Act. Internationally recognized contributors from across the mental health disciplines assemble to present solutions....

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1996

[Entire Book:] Rapidly growing numbers of mentally ill homeless present a significant challenge for care- givers everywhere. A practical guide to assist individuals starting programs to address the needs of this population, Mentally Ill and Homeless presents six research demonstration projects arising from the Federal McKinney Homelessness Act. Internationally recognized contributors from across the mental health disciplines assemble to...

RESOURCE TYPE: Book/E-Book Chapter
PUBLICATION DATE: 1996

[Entire Book:] As homelessness becomes an increasingly serious issue, the mental health of homeless people is beginning to appear on the agendas of politicians and policy makers, as well as health care workers. In contrast to the popular Skid Row stereotype that the word homeless tends to trigger, many are in fact families and young single people. The health needs of these different kinds of people are, of course, varied. This volume brings...

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