Seriously Mentally Ill and Integrated Care Among Hispanic Populations
This chapter discusses Seriously Mentally Ill within Hispanic Populations and emphasizes considerations for integrated care. General cultural considerations are discussed, with particular emphasis on changes and opportunities created by the Affordable Care Act. Barriers to treatment as well as ideas for overcoming these barriers are discussed, as are specific recommendations for clinicians and community providers.
KeywordsSeriously mentally ill (SMI) Hispanic populations Integrated care Stepped care
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