Community participation and recovery for mental health service users: An action research inquiry

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Fieldhouse, J.;
(2012)
  • Publisher: College of Occupational Therapists

Introduction: The social inclusion of individuals with mental health problems is an issue for mental health services, for the individuals who experience stigma, discrimination and exclusion, and for society at large. To develop community-orientated services that are cap... View more
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