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'At a Post-conflict Juncture: An Assessment of Mental Health and Developmental Needs in Whiterock, West Belfast', by David Connolly (2007)



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The following chapter has been contributed by the author David Connolly, with the permission of the publishers Corpus Christi Services. The views expressed in this chapter do not necessarily reflect the views of the members of the CAIN Project. The CAIN Project would welcome other material which meets our guidelines for contributions.

David Connolly
Lead Investigator
Post-war Reconstruction & Development Unit (PRDU), {external_link}
The University of York
'At a Post-conflict Juncture: An Assessment of Mental Health and Developmental Needs in Whiterock, West Belfast'
2007
Corpus Christi Services
Report (Paperback) 74pp [PDF; 2188KB]

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This publication is copyright David Connolly 2007 and is included on the CAIN site by permission of Corpus Christi Services and the author.

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Contents

Preliminary Pages
Executive Summary
1 Introduction: Post-conflict Whiterock in Context
2 Assessment Methodology
3 Understanding Mental Health and Developmental Needs
4 The Community Level Response to Mental Health
5 Future Directions for the Community Level Response
6 Conclusions and Recommendations
Appendices


'At a Post-conflict Juncture: An Assessment of Mental Health and Developmental Needs in Whiterock, West Belfast'

This report is available as a PDF file.
[PDF; 2188KB]


See also:
'The Continuing Trauma of The Troubles
New Study Confirms Profound Impacts in West Belfast'

Press Release, 5 September 2007, [PDF; 45KB]

 


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