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A Jail Diversion Program for Veterans with Co-occurring Disorders: MISSION - DIRECT VET [English and Spanish versions]
Psychiatry Information in Brief
  • Paul Christopher, Brown University
  • William H. Fisher, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Mary Ellen Foti
  • Carl E. Fulwiler, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Albert J. Grudzinskas, Jr., UMass Medical School
  • Stephanie W. Hartwell, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • David A. Smelson, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Debra Pinals, Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
Publication Date
1-2013
Document Type
Research in the Works
Abstract

A Spanish translation of this publication is available for download under "Additional Files" below.

MISSION DIRECT VET (Maintaining Independence and Sobriety through Systems Integration, Outreach, and Networking Diversion & Recovery for Traumatized Veterans, “MDV”) is a study funded by a grant from SAMHSA to the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH) being conducted by UMass Medical School, UMass Boston, the Veterans Administration, the DMH, and other state agencies. This court-based diversion program serves Massachusetts veterans with trauma-related mental health and substance use problems.

Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0
Keywords
  • Jail Diversion,
  • Co-occurring Disorders,
  • Trauma history,
  • Spanish
Citation Information
Paul Christopher, William H. Fisher, Mary Ellen Foti, Carl E. Fulwiler, et al.. "A Jail Diversion Program for Veterans with Co-occurring Disorders: MISSION - DIRECT VET [English and Spanish versions]" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/carl_fulwiler/31/