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An Evaluation of Peer-Delivered Mental Health Disaster Relief Services in New York City – by Hardiman, et al. May 2005.

This is an evaluation of the impact of peer delivered mental health services as part of Project Liberty following 9/11. The services offered included outreach-based individual counseling, group counseling, public education, and warmline telephone support services. The program was found to be highly successful in providing natural, respectful, flexible, and community-based mental health support. [Click to view An Evaluation of Peer-Delivered Mental Health Disaster Relief Services in New York City (PDF – 965.83KB, 79 pages)]

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