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Excerpts from : "interrupted lives"

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog115503
Author
Lancaster, Burt (narrator)
Boston University. Centre for Rehabilitation Research Training in Mental Health
Call Number
Video No. 18
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Excerpts from : "interrupted lives"
Author
Lancaster, Burt (narrator)
Boston University. Centre for Rehabilitation Research Training in Mental Health
Place
[Boston, MA]
Publisher
Centre for Rehabilitation Research Training in Mental Health, Boston University
Year Published
1983
Physical Description
1 videocassette (ca. 30 min.)
Subjects
Community Mental Health Services--Planning
Life Skills
Mentally Ill--Rehabilitation
Mentally Ill--Services for
Stigma
Support Groups
Notes
With user's guide by Linda Hillhouse Donelson (filed under accompanying material for Video No. 6)
Audience: Family groups, mental health professionals, policy makers
Summary: Dramatization of the live of long term mentally ill people as they attempt to function in their communities. Portrayed by a theatre group comprising people with mental illness, situations include: frustrations with jail and social security situations, hospital readmission, helping in a crises hostel, developing life skills, and dealing with stigma
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
Video No. 18
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Guidelines for problem-solving support groups for adults, adolescents, and children

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog115347
Author
Fairweather, George W.
Call Number
BF 637 C6 F34 1996 c.2
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Guidelines for problem-solving support groups for adults, adolescents, and children
Author
Fairweather, George W.
Place
Austin, TX
Publisher
Fairweather Publishing and Art Works
Year Published
c1996
Physical Description
194 p.
Subjects
Group counseling
Recovery
Self-Help
Support Groups
Notes
Includes bibliographical references
ISBN
0-9641068-3-3
Format
Book
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
BF 637 C6 F34 1996 c.2
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[Supportive services for the "mentally restored"]

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog115507
Call Number
Video No. 24
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
[Supportive services for the "mentally restored"]
Place
Rockland, MD
Publisher
National Institute of Mental Health
Year Published
1983
Physical Description
1 videocassette (60 min.)
Subjects
Mentally Ill--Rehabilitation
Mentally Ill--Services for
Psychosocial rehabilitation
Support Groups
Notes
Contents: Making it back -- Just like me and you
Summary: Making It Back shows the operation of the Green Door, a "clubhouse" rehabilitation program for the "mentally restored" in Washington, DC. Discusses the purpose and importance of clubhouses, emphasizing the creation and support of employment opportunities, and cooperation between community employers and rehabilitation programs. Just Like Me and You features mental patients who have successfully re-entered the work force. Featured are the Transitional Employment Program of Fountain House, and N.I.M.H.'s Projects with Industry. Discusses why employment is important to recovery, and ensures employers that the "mentally restored" can make good employees
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
Video No. 24
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Author
Lancaster, Burt (narrator)
Boston University. Center for Rehabilitation Research and Training in Mental Health
Call Number
Video No. 6
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
We're on our way
Author
Lancaster, Burt (narrator)
Boston University. Center for Rehabilitation Research and Training in Mental Health
Place
Toluca Lake, CA
Publisher
The Eldan Co.
Year Published
1983
Physical Description
1 videocassette (30 min.)
Subjects
Life Skills
Mental Disorders
Mentally Ill--Rehabilitation
Support Groups
Notes
With user's guide by Linda Hillhouse Donelson
Audience: Mental health workers, policy makers, community agencies, family groups
Summary: Portrays the lives of people with long term mental illness. They have formed a theatre group to educate the public and to act as a support group. Situations enacted include: hospitalization, job searching, loneliness, housing, and stigma.The program challenges professionals and the mental health system to be more responsive to the needs of the seriously mentally ill in their own communities
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
Video No. 6
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