Children's mental health: creating systems of care in a changing society
Beth A. Stroul
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company, 1996 - Social Science - 636 pages
This renowned series explores the growing systems of care movement, which promotes the core values of community-based services, family centeredness, cultural competence, and collaboration.This groundbreaking anchor volume of the series presents a road map for designing and implementing a system of care -- comprehensive, community-based, and family-focused mental health services for children of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
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