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Mental Health Care in Indiana, 1977


Interviewee
Burton, Joan October 20, 1977 

Call Number
77-030

Physical Description

49 pages, 1 reel, 1 7/8 ips, 1 hour 40 minutes; index; 64 newspaper articles about Stone Belt School; 1 newspaper article about budget cuts; 1 article about interviewee receiving award; flyer

Interviewer
Giroux, Vincent A.

Access Status

Open

Scope and Content Note

Joan Burton, the director of Stone Belt Center for the Mentally Retarded, describes the growth and changes at the school. She explains the school's monetary partnership with the public school system and other resources for funding. Burton explains the types of programs and services the center offers to its students.

  • Keywords
    • Corporation Names
    • Association for Retarded Citizens
    • Headley School
    • Indiana State Department of Mental Health
    • Monroe County Community School Corporation
    • Stone Belt Center
    • United Way of America
    • Vocational Rehabilitation Center
    • Occupation Names
    • educator
    • Personal Names
    • Goen, John
    • Hammond, Ann
    • Hughes, Otto
    • Mauser, August
    • McCandless, Elinore
    • Reszka, Ralph
    • Stearns, Keith
    • Place Names
    • Monroe County, Indiana
    • Owen County, Indiana
    • Subjects
    • handicapped people
    • job coaching programs
    • mental health care placement
    • residential programs
    • respite care
    • special education