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Mobilizing Community Health Workers to Address Mental Health Disparities for Underserved Populations: A Systematic Review

This systematic review evaluates efforts to date to involve community health workers (CHWs) in delivering evidence-based mental health interventions to underserved communities in the United States and in low- and middle-income countries. Forty-three articles (39 trials) were reviewed to characterize... Full description

Journal Title: Administration and policy in mental health and mental health services research 2017-07-20, Vol.45 (2), p.195-211
Main Author: Barnett, Miya L
Other Authors: Gonzalez, Araceli , Miranda, Jeanne , Chavira, Denise A , Lau, Anna S
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Publisher: New York: Springer US
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