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Preventing Rehospitalization of Clients in a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program
Gary R. Bond; Thomas F. Witheridge; Paul J. Setze; Jerry Dincin
Psychiatric Services 1985; doi:
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The Department of Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, P.O. Box 647, Indianapolis, Indiana 46223

The Bridge, A Special Program at Thresholds

The University of Illinois at Chicago

Thresholds

1985 American Psychiatric Association

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Psychosocial rehabilitation programs are known for their pragmatism and flexibility. They have tackled the problem of recidivism by borrowing techniques from successful programs (regardless of theoretical orientation), relying on trial and error or clinical hunches, and utilizing the findings of internal program evaluations. The proliferation of newer psychosocial technologies and the increased recidivism of the past decade suggest a need to reevaluate existing programs. We need to examine what methods work with particular clients in order to provide a continuum of care for a heterogeneous client population.

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