Addressing Mental Health Needs: Perspectives from African Americans Living in the Rural South
Examines the perspectives of rural African Americans on mental health and mental health treatment through interviews and inductive analysis. Identifies barriers that impede the use of mental health services, and discusses interventions that may improve the use of these services and promote emotional wellness.
Tiffany F. Haynes, Ann Cheney, Greer Sullivan, Keneshia Bryant, Geoffrey Curran, et al.
Psychiatric Services, 68(6), 573–578
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