Date of Award
University or Center
Clark Atlanta University(CAU)
School of Social Work
Professor Hattie Mitchell
The overall objective of this study is to explore, examine, assess and compare perceived satisfaction with service delivery and perceived social support systems among dual-diagnosis: schizophrenic clients. To attain this objective, the following areas were examined by the researcher: (1) Identifying data/demographic data; (2) Support systems, i.e., family and friends among dual-diagnosis: schizophrenic clients; and (3) Satisfaction with mental health service delivery. Fragmentation and gaps in service delivery were also examined. An exploratory descriptive research design was used in the study. A two-part questionnaire was administered by the researcher to thirty-four Dual-diagnosed Schizophrenic Consumers in two separate Mental Health Facilities in Fulton County.
This study was an attempt to compare perceived satisfaction with service delivery and perceived social support systems among Dual-diagnosis: Schizophrenic Substance Abusers. The Null Hypothesis was accepted in this study. It was found that there were no statistical significance in perceived satisfaction with service delivery and perceived social support among Dual-diagnosis: Schizophrenic Substance Abusers.
Varner, Tangrill D., "A comparative analysis among dual-diagnosis: Schizophrenic substance abusers' perceived satisfaction with mental health service delivery and perceived social support systems" (1996). ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library. 1149.