Adequacy of help received among individuals with severe mental disorders.

TitleAdequacy of help received among individuals with severe mental disorders.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsMJ Fleury, Grenier G., JM Bamvita, Piat M, Tremblay J
JournalAdm Policy Ment Health
Volume41
Issue3
Pagination302-16
Date Published2014 May
ISSN1573-3289
Abstract

Using multiple linear regression analyses and a new assessment measure, this exploratory study identifies variables associated with help adequacy of 352 individuals with severe mental disorder. Help adequacy is higher with tobacco use, psychological distress domain, having a caregiver, help form services, being older, and lower with number of needs; accommodation, food, childcare and involvement in treatment decisions domains; number of suicide attempts, legal problems in previous year, and drugs problem. Results confirm the importance of a better collaboration with relatives, healthcare and social service providers to provide more adequate and satisfactory services for severe mental disorders individuals.

DOI10.1007/s10488-013-0466-8
Alternate JournalAdm Policy Ment Health
PubMed ID23334467
Grant List243589 / / Canadian Institutes of Health Research / Canada

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