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Document Type

Research in the Works

Publication Date

2017-4

DOI

10.7191/pib.1111

Abstract

A Spanish translation of this publication is available to download under "Additional Files."

The Collecting Histories and Employment during Recovery (CHEER) study aims to provide a long-term picture of career development activities of young adults living with serious mental health conditions. From this study, we will better understand the work and education experiences, and the supports and barriers encountered by young adults with serious mental health conditions when trying to achieve their work and/or education goals, as well as how becoming a parent has impacted their work and education experiences.

Subject Area

Community Based Participatory Research, Education and Training, Transition Age Youth

Keywords

young adults with serious mental health conditions, Participatory Action Research, Employment during recovery, transition age youth, Spanish

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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Kathryn Sabella, Laura Golden, and Kathleen Biebel