Mentally Ill Persons in Emergency and Specialized Shelters: Satisfaction and DistressNew England Journal of Public Policy
AbstractEmergency and specialized mental health shelters represent different service philosophies and are meant to appeal to different segments of the homeless and homeless mentally ill population. This article describes the different characteristics and needs of users of emergency and specialized mental health shelters for homeless persons in Boston. Service satisfaction is described in relation to these characteristics and needs as well as in terms of shelter type. Implications are identified for social and mental health service policies for the homeless.
Citation InformationRussell K. Schutt and Stephen M. Goldfinger. "Mentally Ill Persons in Emergency and Specialized Shelters: Satisfaction and Distress" (1992)
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