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πŸ“™ The open door : homelessness and severe mental illness in the era of community treatment by Caton, Carol L. M β€” free epub


The Open Door provides a comprehensive, carefully documented ""state of the science"" on homelessness and mental illness. The book reviews the effectiveness of service and housing interventions targeted at this constituency, and discusses efforts to bring evidence-based programs to scale.

Abstract: The Open Door provides a comprehensive, carefully documented ""state of the science"" on homelessness and mental illness. The book reviews the effectiveness of service and housing interventions targeted at this constituency, and discusses efforts to bring evidence-based programs to scale

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