Department of Psychiatry, Center for Mental Health Services Research; Center for Health Policy and Research
Mentally Disabled Persons; Young Adult; Mental Health Services; Employment, Supported; Work; Rehabilitation, Vocational
Health Services Research | Mental and Social Health | Psychiatric and Mental Health | Psychiatry | Psychiatry and Psychology
A longitudinal study presents the outcomes for participants in a psychiatric rehabilitation program for young adults. Five to nine years after the baseline and end of intervention, participants showed a maintenance of in initial gains in vocational and educational status, self-esteem scores, and hospitalization rates. Additional data on work outcomes and quality of life are presented.
Ellison, M. L., Danley, K. S., Bromberg, L. & Palmer-Erbs, V. (1999). Longitudinal outcome of young adults who participated in a psychiatric vocational rehabilitation program. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 22(4), 337-341. Link to article on publisher's website
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal
Ellison ML, Danley KS, Bromberg C, Palmer-Erbs V. (1999). Longitudinal outcome of young adults who participated in a psychiatric vocational rehabilitation program. Implementation Science and Practice Advances Research Center Publications. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/psych_cmhsr/450