Rehabilitative day treatment vs. supported employment: I. Vocational outcomes

  title={Rehabilitative day treatment vs. supported employment: I. Vocational outcomes},
  author={Ph.D. Robert E. Drake and Deborah R. Becker M.Ed. and Jeremy C. Biesanz B.A. and William C. Torrey and Gregory J. McHugo and Philip F. Wyzik M.A.},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
Day treatment remains a core component in many community mental health programs for persons with severe mental disorders throughout the United States. Many other mental health centers are moving away from day treatment toward psychosocial and vocational rehabilitation programs. Empirical research directly comparing these two systems of organizing outpatient services is needed. In this study the authors compared a rehabilitative day treatment program in one small city with a similar program in a… CONTINUE READING


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