Working for Inclusion
Making social inclusion a reality for people with severe mental mealth problems.
Everyone has the right to fulfil positive social roles and contribute to their local community including people with mental health problems.
This major publication by the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health 2002, provides the first in-depth analysis, with examples, of how mental health and other agencies can support people with mental health problems to engage in a full life in the community.
It provides numerous case studies including schemes in the fields of education, employment, primary care, mental health promotion, police and local government.
Whilst this book is now almost ten years old, it continues to raise some important themes, and so it is available for a free download.
To download a copy of this publication, please go to:
For more information contact Peter Bates
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PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM 5TH JUNE 2013 OUR NEW ADDRESS IS:
National Development Team for Inclusion
30-32 Westgate Buildings
All other contact details remain the same