Principles of service organization and delivery

Specialist mental health services aim to provide effective treatment of mental illness and to end the homelessness, in the recognition that any attempt to tackle one without the other is unlikely to succeed. While the detail of each service varies according to local circumstances, they are all based on a small number of ideological and organizational principles (Table, 1).

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Table 1 Services for homeless mentally ill people

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