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Mental Health Needs of Veterans in the Canadian Correctional System : A Brief Review / Silvana Agterberg, Tara Beauchamp & Shanna Farrell MacDonald.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Besoins en santé mentale des vétérans au sein du système correctionnel canadien : un bref apercu.

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Bibliography

Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-27).

Description

1 online resource (37 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Besoins en santé mentale des vétérans au sein du système correctionnel canadien : un bref apercu.
"October 2018."

Summary

As part of the FY2017-2018 working group action plan, and to aid in improving current efforts to rehabilitate and reintegrate veteran offenders, a literature review on the mental health needs of veteran offenders was undertaken. This review examined information concerning the specific mental health needs of veterans as well as other factors that indirectly impact on mental health, such as homelessness and antisocial behaviors.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION. -- Veterans and the Criminal Justice System. -- Purpose of the Literature Review. -- VETERANS AND HOMELESSNESS. -- ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG VETERANS. -- MENTAL HEALTH OF INCARCERATED VETERANS. -- INTERVENTION EFFORTS FOR VETERAN OFFENDERS WITH MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS. -- DICUSSION. -- Conclusion.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 2018, no. R-409.

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