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Post by Karen on Mon 25 Jul 2011 - 9:17

After-Care Association.

The annual meeting of the After-care Association "for poor persons discharged recovered from asylums for the insane," was held on Tuesday at the Apothecaries'-hall, Water-lane. Mr. D. Parker Young (Master of the Apothecaries' Company) presided, supported by Dr. Wilkes and Dr. Gordon Brown (the wardens). Among those present were the Bishop of Barking, Dr. H. Rayner (chairman of council), Dr. G.F. Blandford, and Mr. H. Thornhill Roxby (secretary). The report stated that the work of the Association during the past year had once more been satisfactory, the proportion of cases successfully treated having been very encouraging. The Chairman said he believed there was no charity which was doing a better work in a quiet way. The Bishop of Barking, in moving the adoption of the report, remarked that year by year the income had increased, which showed that the more the Association became known the greater was the support accorded to it. The Society was a pioneer in a work which would be done far more extensively as its needs were more widely recognised. He could testify to the wonderful care, patience, and wisdom with which the inquiries and investigations had been made by the officials, and the cases, as far as possible, helped. The report was adopted unanimously.

Source: The Charity Record, Page 62

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