community reintegration

community reintegration

the return and acceptance of a disabled person as a participating member of the community.
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She has directly impacted nearly 1 million children by providing care, family tracing, reunification and community reintegration services in war-torn countries all over the world.
Conversely, modifications in these practices may be required if research evidence suggests that they may not be as effective in responding to the community reintegration needs of juvenile justice youths, as previously believed.
Marie de la Soudiere, a New York City resident who has directly helped nearly 1 million children by providing care, family tracing, reunification and community reintegration services in war-torn countries throughout Asia, Africa and Europe.
All six grantees will provide residential treatment services that include expanding and enhancing community reintegration services, identifying women early in their pregnancies and expanding therapeutic services for children.
Donita Session (USAF Veteran), benefited from community reintegration services
This article reports on the proceedings of the SOTA Working Group on Community Reintegration and suggests steps to enhance community reintegration measurement and research.
Female Mentally Ill Offenders and Community Reintegration Needs: An Initial Examination; www.
Programs offered by the company focus on assessment, treatment, education, life-skills, employment, and community reintegration.
DAV Study Details Significant Gaps in Services for Women in Health Care, Transition Services, Disability Compensation, Employment, Community Reintegration, Housing, and Eradication of Military Sexual Assault
Given what is known about the experiences of veterans from previous wars, it is imperative that we find ways to assess the community reintegration of today's combat veterans and that we intervene early to prevent long-term consequences for returning servicemembers, their families, and society.
With the success of these two initial circles, the Mennonite Central Committee, together with Community Chaplaincy of CSC, was able to get funding from CSC in 1996 to set up a pilot project, the Community Reintegration Project, to more systematically develop and promote the COSA concept and implement it across Canada.
Conference Sessions to include "Promoting positive community reintegration for the violently acquired spinal cord injury (VASCI) population," "Driver rehabilitation: Freedom through mobility," "Chronic pain management -- with humor, health, and happiness
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