Table of contents for The Organization of mental health services : societal and community systems / edited by W. Richard Scott and Bruce L. Black.
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Organizations and Mental Health - W Richard Scott and Bruce L Black
PART ONE: THE SOCIETAL ORGANIZATION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Institutional and Organizational Rationalization in the Mental Health System - John W Meyer
Systems Within Systems - W Richard Scott
The Mental Health Sector
Conceptualizing Mental Health Delivery Systems - Jerald Hage
Organizational Theory Applied
Origins, Uses, Limitations
The Origins of American Psychiatric Epidemiology - Gerald N Grob
Mental Health Systems Research - Philip J Leaf
Adequacy of Available Organizational and Systems Data
PART TWO: THE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Issues in Conceptualizing Community Systems
Community Mental Health Centers as Human Service Orgnizations - Yeheskel Hasenfeld
Interorganizational or Interprofessional Relationships - Richard H Hall
A Case of Mistaken Identity?
Interorganizational Models and Methods
Models of Local Mental Health Delivery Systems - Oscar Grusky et al
Interorganizational Networks in Mental Health Systems - Joseph P Morrissey, Mark Tausig, and Michael L Lindsey
Assessing Community Support Programs for the Chronically Mentally Ill
PART THREE: LINKING SOCIETAL AND COMMUNITY SYSTEMS
Institutional Context and Strategy - Bruce L Black
A Framework for the Analysis of Mental Health Policy
Linked Systems - Thomas D'Aunno and Richard H Price
Drug Abuse and Mental Health Services
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mental health planning -- United States.
Community mental health services -- United States -- Management.
Community Mental Health Services -- organization & administration -- United States.