This address demonstrates the persuasive strategy Gorman often used with state and local mental health agencies and organizations:
stressing the need for improved mental health care, especially for children; noting the resistance of legislatures to fund
such improvements; praising the recent progress made by the state or locality; and noting areas needing further improvement.
NOTE: Typescript speech was printed as a small pamphlet.
Number of Image Pages:
15 (854,256 Bytes)
1957-04-30 (April 30, 1957)
Illinois Department of Public Welfare
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Community Mental Health Services
A Full-time Activist: The National Committee Against Mental Illness, 1953-1963