Description: Article from 'Mental Hygiene', vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 245-253. Examining the Canadian government's treatment of returning soldiers with various disorders with a view to employing similar techniques for American soldiers returning from Europe. Discusses transport and organising the placement of men base on disorder and suitable facilities. Reports the reliance in Canada on voluntary workers for rehabilitation support.
Reproduction of: "The returned disabled soldiers of Canada" Concord, USA: The National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Apr 1918.