Youth and Family Supports

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September 9, 2013
HSVC 2003 Family Relations
September 9, 2013

SUMMARIZE THE JOURNAL: A.) Journal published four times a year in March, June, September and December. B.) The publication costs $1,696 for 50 issues ($33.92 per issue). C.) How to subscribe, address, etc.:
Go to www.springer.com All you have to do is: 1.) Search or browse the catalogue for a title you would like to order. 2.) Add the title to the shopping cart by clicking the 'add to cart' button. 3.) Click the button 'Proceed to checkout' on the top of the sidebar and access the shopping cart. Click “go to checkout” to continue. 4.) If you are already registered to Springer.com, please enter your user name and password and click the 'submit' button. 5.) Choose your payment option. You can pay by Paypal, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and invoice/advance payment (only print books). 6.) After clicking “buy now” you will be asked to enter your payment details. 7.) Once your payment has been processed, you’ll access an order confirmation, and you'll receive an order confirmation by e-mail. You can download eBooks, single chapters or articles directly. Print Books will be shipped to you within a couple of days. D.) None that I could find. E.) Community Mental Health Journal is devoted to the evaluation and improvement of public sector mental health services for people affected by severe mental disorders, serious emotional disturbances and/or addictions. F.) This publication would be used for gathering information about nationally representative epidemiology reports, intervention research involving benefit and risk comparisons between service programs and methodology, such as instrumentation, where particular pertinent public sector behavioral health evaluation or research. G.) I found it straight forward and easily understandable. I did not feel like I needed an advanced degree to read it. H.) On www.springer.com they have a link

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