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ENVISIONING LIVING ENVIRONMENTS FOR PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS

Abstract: A survey of research and best practices conducted by Kent State University's Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative on the design of living environments for people with mental illness. Supported by the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation, this evolving guide highlights new ways of thinking about housing the severely mentally ill by providing needed places for healing.

Results & Findings: Report

Categories: Architecture, Healthy Environments

 

 
   
 
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