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aftercare

1. support services by a welfare agency for a person discharged from an institution, such as hospital, hostel, or prison
2. Med the care before and after discharge from hospital of a patient recovering from an illness or operation
3. any system of maintenance or upkeep of an appliance or product
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Palm Partners' aftercare support helps clients learn how to manage stress and problem-solve situations in their personal life, such as dealing with employment or other life stressors.
Those six clinics, I believe, are going to stay open for a few weeks to provide the initial aftercare to the patients treated in June and July, but then some time in August those clinics are all scheduled to close," he said.
As the ultimate goal for youths is to successfully reintegrate into the community, ensuring that comprehensive and appropriate transitional and aftercare services are identified and delivered is a critical element of the service coordinator's role.
My duties have required travel throughout the state to help train staff and guide development of aftercare services in communities throughout Alaska.
These facilities also were more likely to have arranged aftercare appointments for their patients and to have given their patients a discharge card that included information about the appointment.
Hawks officials informed the NBA that Rider was smoking marijuana and the league ordered him into the drug aftercare program.
Key words: aftercare services; child mental health; child welfare; family preservation; service use
We employ a stage-progressive rehabilitative program that begins at our secure residential treatment facility and continues through a community-based aftercare program consisting of a highly structured day treatment program and intensive case management services.
A study of a work-release and aftercare treatment program in Delaware found that offenders who received treatment in this setting spent 49 fewer days reincarcerated than did their addicted counterparts who received only standard work release.
ON THE MOVE: At the handing over of the MPVs are (from left, back) Anita Wingad of Sure Start, Claire Cahill of Coventry Aftercare, and Bob Wyer from Brandish, and (front) Angela Harley from Leicester Kids' Fund, Izzy Pullen of Coventry Aftercare, and Julie Doyle of Sure Start Nuneaton
The council has also awarded a grant of pounds 8,925 to Delyn Women's Aid for the employment of a children's resettlementand aftercare worker, and a similar grant to Abbeyfield House in Flint.
The current suspension - for failing to comply with the league's drug aftercare program - dates back to Rider's actions while playing for the Hawks.