Evaluating the California Mental Health Services Authority's Stigma and Discrimination Reduction Initiative
California’s Mental Health Services Act of 2004 mandates the state and counties to develop mental health prevention and early intervention services and education. This document summarizes first-year findings from an ongoing evaluation of one element of that program, an initiative to reduce stigma and discrimination toward those with mental illness.
Subjects: Psychology, Sociology, History
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