Resource #1536 - Building Bridges: Mental Health Consumers in Intergenerational Dialogue
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Building Bridges: Mental Health Consumers in Intergenerational Dialogue
Recaps a meeting on enhancing dialogue between mental health consumers and supporters across multiple generations to promote recovery from mental illnesses. Offers recommendations to encourage collaboration and leadership among consumers of all ages. (62 pgs.)
2010
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SMA09-4372
6" x 9"
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•   Mental Health
•   Recovery Resources
•   Wellness
 
•   English
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•   Civic Groups/Coalitions
•   Government Elected Officials
•   Treatment Providers
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