Deinstitutionalization: Myth or Reality?

Messina, James J.; Davis, Jannar W.
January 1981
Journal of Rehabilitation;Jan-Mar81, Vol. 47 Issue 1
Academic Journal
Focuses on issues affecting deinstitutionalization of mentally ill and mentally retarded in the United States. Forces hindering growth of community rehabilitation; Importance of rehabilitation professional on advocating deinstitutionalization; Factors affecting public policy.


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