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Therapeutic Leave: Information for Patients

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3242
Catalogue Number
CD.200.L43
Current Revision Date
July-28-2015
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
A therapeutic leave is an absence from the acute, tertiary or CRESST site that the doctor allows as part of a patient's overall plan of care. A leave may be accompanied or unaccompanied and can be a few hours away from the hospital, or as long as overnight.

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Catalogue Number
CD.200.L43
Current Revision Date
July-28-2015
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
A therapeutic leave is an absence from the acute, tertiary or CRESST site that the doctor allows as part of a patient's overall plan of care. A leave may be accompanied or unaccompanied and can be a few hours away from the hospital, or as long as overnight.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Medications
Healthy Living
Adult
Adolescent
Subject
Mental Health
Mental Disorders
Keywords
checklist
instructions
medications
hospital
safety
recovery
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
July-28-2015
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Vancouver Youth Day Treatment Program

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4084
Catalogue Number
DB.590.2.V36
Current Revision Date
05-Oct-2020
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information about a voluntary low barrier accessible program for youth looking to make changes to their substance use.

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Catalogue Number
DB.590.2.V36
Current Revision Date
05-Oct-2020
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information about a voluntary low barrier accessible program for youth looking to make changes to their substance use.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions
Services & Resources
Adolescent
Adult
Subject
Community Health Services
Drug Use & Addiction
Drugs and Young People
Keywords
addiction services
drug abuse
drug recovery
substance use
education
therapy
Groups
harm reduction
counseling
vocational services
Reading Level
12
Date Issued
05-Oct-2020
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