A recent study by Places for People may help provide more effective treatment options in the future for people living with PTSD and substance use disorders.
A recent study by Places for People’s Research and Evaluation Team appears in the June edition of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. The study resulted from a program to serve older adults with mental illness that was funded by the Marillac Mission Fund (formerly Daughters of Charity Foundation of St. Louis).
Members of the Places for People Research and Evaluation team presented last weekend at the 23rd Annual Conference for the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) in San Francisco, CA.
A collaborative project between six Maryville University students and Places for People produced a new assessment that might one day be used worldwide to help people living with mental illness improve social participation and community integration.
The Journal of Mental Health, an international peer-reviewed journal, recently published the results of a five-year project at Places for People to provide specialized substance use and mental health services to more than 300 people who were experiencing homelessness, alcohol use disorders, and often co-occurring mental health disorders.