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Introduction to the special section on recovery-oriented services in crisis settings.

McGuire AB. Introduction to the special section on recovery-oriented services in crisis settings. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. 2021 Dec 1; 44(4):303-304.

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Abstract:

While substantial progress has been made in integrating recovery-oriented services into traditional outpatient settings, similar progress has lacked in settings which commonly serve persons experiencing mental health crises. This special section includes three studies that highlight promising, recovery-oriented practices that divert persons in crisis from the criminal justice system and traditional emergency medical services, as well as improve the recovery orientation of inpatient services. These promising studies also highlight the substantial work still needed in this area. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2021 APA, all rights reserved).





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