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Journal article

The invisible visibles: a study of the needs of the homeless and mentally ill in Guyana

Authors:
LEE Judith A.B., ODIE-ALI Stella, BOTSKO Michael
Journal article citation:
International Social Work, 43(2), April 2000, pp.163-178.
Publisher:
Sage

This study explores the needs of the homeless and mentally ill in the heavily populated coastal area of Guyana. The process, findings and implications of this international social work collaboration are discussed. Many of the respondents have coexisting mental and substance abuse disorders. Living on the street is associated with serious physical health problems and violent victimisation. Loss of family support precipitates homelessness for respondents, who summarise their needs as a home, a meal and a job.

Book

Meeting the needs of ethnic minority children: a handbook for professionals

Editors:
DWIVEDI Kedar Nath, VARMA Ved Prakash
Publisher:
Jessica Kingsley
Publication year:
1996
Pagination:
205p.,bibliogs.
Place of publication:
London

Multidisciplinary book looking at health, education and welfare of children from black and minority ethnic communities. Includes chapters on: West Indian children and education; anti-racist strategies for educational performance; adoption of children from minority groups; residential care; health needs; psychiatric needs; and family therapy.

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