Intensive, person-centered case management, peer support, and a discretionary fund for adults with serious mental illness leads to better access to treatment, job training, and employment; fewer suicide/self-harm attempts, hospitalizations, incarcerations, and days of homelessness; and lower mental illness-related costs.
- Guidance: Attributing the costs of health and social care research
- Addressing Task Avoidance in Middle School Students: Academic Behavior Check-In/Check-Out
- A randomised controlled trial and mediation analysis of the ‘Healthy Habits’, telephone-based dietary intervention for preschool children
- Associations between adults’ recalled childhood bullying victimization, current social anxiety, coping, and self-blame: evidence for moderation and indirect effects
- Quality Care Commission Annual Report 2011/12
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