Reductions in services for severely mentally disabled sheltered-care residents: A 12-year

Segal, Steven P.; Ben-Ari, Adital
July 1992
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal;Jul92, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p163
Academic Journal
Explores reductions in the availability and utilization of health, mental health and social services to 144 of California's sheltered care facilities between 1973 and 1985. Insulation of care facilities; Association of the availability of mental health services with outreach services.


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