Resource #3166 - Building Bridges: Consumers and Representatives of the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems in Dialogue
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Building Bridges: Consumers and Representatives of the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems in Dialogue
Recaps a meeting on issues related to mental health consumers in the criminal justice system. Discusses individual- and system-level factors that promote or hinder recovery, and offers recommendations for system transformation to improve recovery.
2005
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SMA05-4067
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•  NPRC.3166.BuildingBridges.MentalHealthandCriminalJusticeSystem.pdf
Resource Attributes
•   Evidence-Based Practices (EBP-SAMHSA)
•   Manual
•   Evidence Based Practices (EBP-SAMHSA)
•   Mental Health
•   Recovery Resources
 
•   English
n/a
•   Criminal Justice Professionals
•   Prevention Program Planners
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