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Orientaciones tecnicas para el desarrollo de clubes de integracion social (Technical Guidelines for the development of social integration clubs)

Ministry of Health; Chile Country Resources Mental Health Service Standards Chile 30 January 2002 Guidelines severe mental illness, Social Inclusion, stigma

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Los clubes de integración social constituyen una respuesta de muy baja especialización técnica, pero de una alta efectividad en el logro de una mayor autonomía de las personas y de una mejor integración en las organizaciones naturales de la comunidad. Los clubes sociales favorecen la desestigmatización de las personas afectadas de trastornos psiquiátricos severos.

Social integration clubs are a response requiring very low technical expertise, yet highly effective in achieving greater personal autonomy and better integration back into the community. Social clubs promote the destigmatization of people suffering from severe psychiatric disorders.


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