Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Social Work (MSW)
This is a quantitative study of the program Integrated Community Services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. This program evaluation compares a random sample of quality of life surveys of adults (N=14) who have been involved in the assertive community treatment program. The survey results include vocational, housing, financial, and mental health needs of adults with severe and persistent mental illness. A case management staff survey (N=5) reports on perceptions of the quality of life of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and how the Integrated Community Service team works together. This study is important because it evaluates the effectiveness of the Integrated Community Services staff working together as a team and with the population they serve. Findings and implications for social work practice and policy are discussed.
Humbert, Julie R., "Program Evaluation of Integrated Community Services" (2001). Theses and Graduate Projects. 236.