The Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion is seeking volunteers to record 60- to 90-second voice clips about their experiences in becoming a part of their communities, including challenges, supports, and satisfactions. The clips will be used in the seventh course – “The Principles and Practices of Community Inclusion” – of the Collaborative’s College of Recovery and Community Inclusion, an online educational program for mental health practitioners. For more information, please click here.
"Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law unveiled a set of consensus principles reflecting the disability community's shared vision of community integration. Community Integration for People with Disabilities: Key Principles, lays out a vision in which people with disabilities are afforded opportunities to live in their own homes, work in regular, non-segregated employment, and make their own choices."
List of publications by the Temple University Collaborative. Includes tool kits and guidebooks on community integration topics for mental health peers and those who assist them.