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Making community based comprehensive mental health services work

  • Karen White (a1), Maresa Ness (a2), Tom Craig (a3) and Gary McNamee (a4)
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There hat boon until recently a dearth of descriptions of locally targeted community mental health services. Such a service, developed by changing a traditional psychiatric service in an inner setting, is described. The service addresses the needs of those with predominantly severe/enduring mental health problems, by increasingly using research based treatments in an ordinary district setting.

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Making community based comprehensive mental health services work

  • Karen White (a1), Maresa Ness (a2), Tom Craig (a3) and Gary McNamee (a4)
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