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Addressing the Social Needs of Mental Health Consumers When Day Treatment Programs Convert to Supported Employment: Can Consumer-Run Services Play a Role?

William C. Torrey, Shery Mead, & George Ross

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Presents information relating to the social opportunities being offered by rehabilitative day treatment programs for mental health consumers. Decisions expected to be made by community mental health centers choosing to convert from day treatment; What conversions entails; Beliefs of consumers.

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Contributed on 6/29/2010

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