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(1979). The Journal of Psychiatry and Law. V, 1977: The Legal and Social Significance of Aftercare Systems: A Review and Analysis. John J. Ensminger and Patrick Reilly. Pp. 229-291.. Psychoanal Q., 48:168.

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Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Journal of Psychiatry and Law. V, 1977: The Legal and Social Significance of Aftercare Systems: A Review and Analysis. John J. Ensminger and Patrick Reilly. Pp. 229-291.

(1979). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 48:168

The Journal of Psychiatry and Law. V, 1977: The Legal and Social Significance of Aftercare Systems: A Review and Analysis. John J. Ensminger and Patrick Reilly. Pp. 229-291.

There have been several findings in the research on aftercare which have significance for courts and legislatures faced with choices involving planning and implementation of mental health systems. Both the older and newer methods of community mental health care delivery are analyzed. There appear to be cogent reasons for emphasizing the provision of aftercare facilities to poverty communities. Certain reasons for failures in aftercare treatment are identified. An analysis of the literature on aftercare indicates that there are certain elements important for the effective functioning of an aftercare system.


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(1979). The Journal of Psychiatry and Law. V, 1977. Psychoanal. Q., 48:168

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