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Crisis intervention centers a study of available services : report of the Subcommittee on Crisis Intervention Centers. by Connecticut. General Assembly. Subcommittee on Crisis Intervention Centers.

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Published by The Subcommittee in [Hartford] .
Written in English



  • Connecticut.


  • Crisis intervention (Mental health services) -- Connecticut.,
  • Mental health services -- Connecticut.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsKrisst, Ilze.
LC ClassificationsRC480.6 .C65 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination9, [28] leaves :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4067994M
LC Control Number79621184

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