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A Modified Exerimental Social Innovation and Dissemination (esid) Approach To Studying Mental Illness and Homelessness
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This article describes fifteen years of research on homelessness using a modified Experimental Social Innovation and Dissemination (ESID) approach. The author summarizes the results of several needs assessment studies; describes the development and evolution of alternative treatment models to assist homeless individuals with severe mental illness; summarizes results of three outcome evaluation studies; and discusses issues of treatment implementation, treatment diffusion, and dissemination. (Author)
Journal
2003
32
3-4
319-331
American Journal of Community Psychology 32(3-4): 319-331, 2003.
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