Evaluative Research in the Process of Implementation of an Alternative Device to Hospitalization for People Homeless With Severe Psychiatric Disorders (REDAP)
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The research project aims to analyze the implementation of a new health care system - "alternative device to hospitalization and crisis home for people without home" - whose objective is to provide the homeless and suffering from severe psychiatric disorders adequate care to prevent situations from seeking care or complication of their disease. This device, if it has the administrative and legal structure of the Twin Stop Health Care (LHSS), is based on the original concept of "Soteria House." This will build tools for evaluating the performance of care device by a process evaluation describing and analyzing what activity involves the device, This research seeks to analyze the experimental device in the early stages of its implementation. The observation and analysis of the program period will adjust the management arrangements of the device. The data and conclusions from this research will identify the contributions and benefits of such a device and analyze the difficulties encountered in its implementation.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Adults without home, with severe psychiatric disorders;
Adults without home with severe psychiatric disorders utilizing the structure, adults who master the French language