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От принуждения к единству действий - Преодоление наркозависимости путем лечения, а не наказания - документ для обсуждения

Жилберт Жерро, Николас Кларк , Eds.: UNODC, (2011)

Предложенный вашему вниманию проект документа для дискуссии, озаглавленный "Отпринуждения к единству действий: преодоление наркозависимости путем лечения, а не наказания" был подготовлен с целью пропаганды похода, в основе которого лежит лечение людей, страдающих наркотической зависимостью. В настоящем докладе в общих чертах представлена модель, в рамках которой то или иное лицо из системы уголовного правосудия направлено на лечение в медицинское учреждение, которое более эффективно по сравнению с принудительным лечением и связано с менее жесткими ограничениями свободы, меньшей степенью стигматизации и более благоприятными перспективами как для индивида, так и для общества.

Child Community Mental Health Services in Asia Pacific and Singapore’s REACH Model

Choon Guan Lim, Hannah Loh, Vidhya Renjan, Jason Tan and Daniel Fung, Eds.: Brain Sciences, (2017)

In recent decades, there have been concerted efforts to improve mental health services for youths alongside the challenges of rising healthcare costs and increasing demand for mental health needs. One important phenomenon is the shift from traditional clinic-based care to community based mental health services to improve accessibility to services and provide patient-centred care. In this article, we discuss the child and adolescent community mental health efforts within the Asia-Pacific region. We also discuss Singapore’s community and school-based mental health service, known as the Response, Early Intervention and Assessment in Community Mental Health (REACH). This article discusses how REACH has evolved over the years in response to the changing needs of youths in Singapore. Finally, we discuss the current challenges and future directions for youth mental health care.

Introducing peer support work in Latin American mental health services

Peter Stastny, Eds.: Cad. Saúde Colet., (2012)

In the course of implementing a recently funded network of hubs for building capacities in mental health service development, training, and research (RedeAmericas), the peer support workers are being introduced into the mental health workforce in three Latin American countries for the very first time. They will be part of a team, along with community mental health workers, that provides a modified Critical Time Intervention to individuals with severe psychiatric disorders living in the community. This article reviewed the background of this increasingly widespread development, and discussed its merits, as well as potential obstacles within local contexts.

Lessons learned in developing community mental health care in Latin American and Caribbean countries

Denise Razzouk , Guilherme Gregório, Renato Antunes, Jair de Jesus Mari , Eds.: (World Psychiatry, (2012)

This paper summarizes the findings for the Latin American and Caribbean countries of the WPA Task Force on Steps, Obstacles and Mistakes to Avoid in the Implementation of Community Mental Health Care. It presents an overview of the provision of mental health services in the region; describes key experiences in Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Jamaica and Mexico; and discusses the lessons learned in developing community mental health care.

The Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development (APCMHD) Project

Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development Project, (2008)

The Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development (APCMHD) project has been established in 2005 to explore diverse leading models or approaches to community mental health service delivery in the Asia-Pacific region. The objective is to illustrate and promote best practice in mental health care in the community through use of information exchange, current evidence and practical experience in the region.

EU compass for action on mental health and well being

Helen Killaspy, Peter McPherson, Chiara Samele, Rene Keet, JM Caldas de Almeida , Eds.: European Union, (2018)

Providing community-based mental health services position paper

Three models of community mental health services In low-income countries

A. Cohen, J. Eaton, B. Radtke, et al., (2011)

International Journal of Mental Health Systems December 2011, 5:3 Community mental health programs in low-income countries face a number of challenges. Using a case study methodology developed for this purpose, it is possible to compare programs and begin to assess the effectiveness of diverse service delivery models

WPA guidance on steps, obstacles and mistakes to avoid in the implementation of community mental health care

Thornicroft G, Alem A, Antunes Dos Santos R, et al., (2010)

World Psychiatry. 2010 Jun;9(2):67-77. The main recommendations are presented in relation to: the need for coordinated policies, plans and programmes, the requirement to scale up services for whole populations, the importance of promoting community awareness about mental illness to increase levels of help-seeking, the need to establish effective financial and budgetary provisions to directly support services provided in the community. The paper concludes by setting out a series of lessons learned from the accumulated practice of community mental health care to date worldwide, with a particular focus on the social and governmental measures that are required at the national level, the key steps to take in the organization of the local mental health system, lessons learned by professionals and practitioners, and how to most effectively harness the experience of users, families, and other advocates

A Guide to Leadership Training in Community Mental Health

he Kitchener Downtown Community Health Centre, et al., (2010)

For Strengthening Mental Health In Cultural-Linguistic Communities Projects

Promotion, prevention and protection: interventions at the population- and community-levels for mental, neurological and substance use disorders in low- and middle-income countries

I. Petersen;, S. Evans‐Lacko; M. Semrau; et al. , Eds.: International Journal of Mental Health Systems; BioMed Central, (2016)

Petersen et al. Int J Ment Health Syst (2016) 10:30 DOI 10.1186/s13033-016-0060-z

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