Homelessness and the Chronically Mentally Ill
In some respects, homelessness is the basic human service problem. Before there was an organized public response to mental illness, mental retardation, family disruption, or even physical illness, provision was made for the care of the homeless.
KeywordsMental Health Mental Illness Mental Health System Vocational Rehabilitation Central Authority
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