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|Title:||Bridging the Gap: Evaluation of the Domestic Violence And Mental Health Pilot Project -Joan Harrison Support Services For Women|
Social Work & Policy Studies, Faculty of Education and Social Work
|Abstract:||The Domestic Violence and Mental Health (DV&MH) position was established by Joan Harrison Support Services for Women (JHSSW)as a pilot project in 2008. It was a direct response to findings from the Towards Better Practice (TBP) research project that aimed to enhance collaboration between mental health and women's domestic violence services. The DV&MH service works with women who have experienced both domestic violence and mental illness/health concerns. This report evaluated the impact of this new, innovative service.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Social Work & Policy Studies, Faculty of Education and Social Work|
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|Type of Work:||Other|
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