Best Practice in Mental Health: Advocacy for African, Caribbean, and South Asian Communities

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Policy Press, May 1, 2002 - Social Science - 51 pages
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Over the last decade there have been significant developments and debates that seek to highlight the disadvantages experienced by people who use mental health services. This report provides a unique insight into how mental health advocacy has failed to reflect and address the specific needs of Black and ethnic minority communities.
The report concludes with recommendations and discusses the need to address a range of key issues such as access, language and communication, funding and implementation.
The report will be of interest to practitioners and policy makers working in the fields of mental health and advocacy, both in statutory and voluntary services, as well as Black mental health service users and self-help groups.

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