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Community Facilities and Sectorisation

  • R. K. Freudenberg
Part of the Psychiatrie der Gegenwart book series (GEGENWART, volume 3)

Abstract

Institutions for the mentally ill were originally created because psychiatric patients, particularly those with persisting disabilities and inadequacies of personality, could not cope and tended to come to harm in the community at large. An increasing number found their way into prisonsor workhouses of deplorable standards. This in turn led to greater antagonism in the community against the unfortunate sufferers from mental disorders. Institutions were assumed to provide better care for them and it was not sufficiently realised what sort of effects the transplantation of people, often into remote country areas, far distant from their original residencies would have.

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