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2012 Conference Proceedings

TURNING THE KEY: Assessing Housing and Related Supports for Persons Living with Mental Health Problems and Illnesses

TURNING THE KEY: Assessing Housing and Related Supports for Persons Living with Mental Health Problems and Illnesses by  John Trainor, Peggy Taillon, Nick Kerman, Reena Sirohi & Natasha Poushinsky

TURNING THE KEY: Assessing Housing and Related Supports for Persons Living with Mental Health Problems and Illnesses

The Turning the Key project is designed to inform the Mental Health Commission of Canada of the current housing and community support needs for people living with mental illness in Canada. The project, which was carried out by researchers at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the Canadian Council on Social Development, provides a comprehensive national scan along a number of different dimensions. The result is designed to support planning and policy work in housing and related supports regionally, provincially/territorially, and nationally.


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John Trainor, Peggy Taillon, Nick Kerman, Reena Sirohi & Natasha Poushinsky

John Trainor, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Peggy Taillon, Canadian Council on Social Development
Nick Kerman, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Reena Sirohi, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Natasha Poushinsky, Canadian Council on Social Development 


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Keywords: 2012 Canadian conference, community psychology, gjcpp, housing and related supports, mental health