Preventing homelessness after discharge from psychiatric wards: perspectives of consumers and staff.


After spending time in the hospital, psychiatric clients are often discharged to homeless shelters or the streets, which can place a burden on health care systems. This study examined the effects of an intervention in which psychiatric clients from acute (n = 219) and tertiary (n = 32) sites were provided with predischarge assistance in securing housing. A… (More)
DOI: 10.3928/02793695-20130130-02


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