Planning Mental Health Services for Children and Youth : Part I-a Value-based Approach

  title={Planning Mental Health Services for Children and Youth : Part I-a Value-based Approach},
  author={PRILLELTENSKY and Leslea J Peirson and Jacalyn G Gould and GEOFFREY NELSON Wilfrid},
  • PRILLELTENSKY, Leslea J Peirson, +1 author GEOFFREY NELSON Wilfrid
  • Published 2003
The main purpose of the paper is to introduce a value-based approach to planning in mental health and human services. Based on the values of self-determination, collaboration and democratic participation, and distributive justice, we present a sequential planning framework that allows stakeholders to consider the foIlowing six facets of a service-oriented organization: (a) values, (b) needs, (c) vision, (d) resources, (e) mission, and (f) service. Following an explanation of the rationaIe and… CONTINUE READING


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