UMMS Affiliation

Center for Health Policy and Research

Date

9-2011

Document Type

Article

Medical Subject Headings

Minority Groups; Mental Health Services; Mentally Ill Persons; Social Support; Peer Group; Massachusetts

Disciplines

Health Services Research | Mental and Social Health | Public Health

Abstract

Describes a study that sought to better understand how persons with mental health conditions from two cultural groups, Latino and Deaf/Heard of Hearing (D/HH), access recovery-oriented and peer support services. Results from this study helped to inform the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health regarding system improvements that could be made to better serve these populations.

Comments

Citation: Cabral, L., Muhr, K., & Savageau, J. (2011). Seeing recovery through the eyes of ethnic and cultural minorities. DMH Connections, September 2011.

 
 

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