A Capitated Model for a Cross-Section of Severely Mentally Ill Clients: Employment Outcomes

@article{Chandler1997ACM,
  title={A Capitated Model for a Cross-Section of Severely Mentally Ill Clients: Employment Outcomes},
  author={Daniel Chandler and Joan Meisel and Teh-wei Hu and Michelle Mcgowen and Kristin Madison},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={33},
  pages={501-516}
}
Employment outcomes are examined in a three year controlled study of two Integrated Service Agencies (ISAs) for a cross-section of severely mentally ill clients. At each site significantly more ISA members than comparison clients obtained some paid employment. At the urban site the difference was dramatic: 73 vs 15 percent worked during the study period, and 29 percent of the ISA clients worked competitively. The significant but still limited ISA results argue for increased employment… CONTINUE READING

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