Homelessness and Mental Healthby Dinesh Bhugra
Pub. Date: 07/19/2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A valuable and international evidence-based resource offering practical suggestions for optimizing mental health care of the homeless. See more details below
A valuable and international evidence-based resource offering practical suggestions for optimizing mental health care of the homeless.
Table of Contents
List of contributors; Preface; Part I. Introduction and Special Groups: 1. Introduction Dinesh Bhugra; 2. Homelessness and mental illness: a brief history Philip Timms; 3. Models of homelessness Alan McNaught and Dinesh Bhugra; 4. Young homeless and homeless families: a review Dinesh Bhugra; 5. Homeless women E. Jane Marshall; 6. Homelessness and criminality Philip Joseph; Part II. Services: 7. Services for the mentally ill homeless E. Jane Marshall and Dinesh Bhugra: 8. Clinical work with homeless people in the USA William R. Breakey; 9. The severely mentally ill in hostels for the homeless Max Marshall; 10. Old and homeless in London and New York City: a cross-national comparison Carl I. Cohen and Maureen Crane; 11. Primary health care of the single homeless David El-Kabir and Simon Ramsden; Part III. International Perspective: 12. European perspectives Max Marshall, Preben Brandt, Povl Munk-Jørgensen, Wulf Rössler, Hans Joachim Salize and Joseph Fernandez; 13. Lessons from America: semantics and services for mentally ill homeless individuals Leona L. Bachrach; 14. Homelessness and mental health: lessons from Australia Helen Herrman and Cecily Neil; Part IV. Policy and Evaluation: 15. Implications of social policy David Kingdon; 16. Evaluating services for homeless people with mental disorders: theoretical and practical issues Max Marshall; 17. Future directions for homeless mentally ill Dinesh Bhugra; Index.
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