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The Buffalo Family Support Project: Promoting Institutional Change to Meet Families' Needs
Kayla F. Bernheim; Tim Switalski
Psychiatric Services 1988; doi:
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The authors thank the members of the Buffalo Family Support Project Advisory Committee for their dedication to the development and continuation of this project.

Buffalo Psychiatric Center Family Support Project, and to Livingston County Counseling Services, Building 1, Murray Hill, Mount Morris, New York 14510

New York State Office of Mental Health

American Psychiatric Association

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