Evaluation of a non-statutory ‘Place of Calm’, a service which provides support after a suicidal crisis to inform future commissioning intentions

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Briggs, S., Finch, J. and Firth, R. 2016. Evaluation of a non-statutory ‘Place of Calm’, a service which provides support after a suicidal crisis to inform future commissioning intentions. Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London.
AuthorsBriggs, S., Finch, J. and Firth, R.
TypeProject report
Year2016
PublisherCass School of Education and Communities, University of East London
Web address (URL)http://recovery-partners.co.uk/mailouts/Anna/PlaceofCalmFinalReport.pdf
FunderEast Sussex County Council
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Print01 Apr 2016
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Deposited13 Feb 2017
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