Characteristics of Enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration.

@article{Borger2021CharacteristicsOE,
  title={Characteristics of Enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration.},
  author={Christine Borger and Jocelyn Marrow and Robert E. Drake and Jeffrey Taylor},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          appips202000826
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The Supported Employment Demonstration (SED), a multiyear (2016-2022), randomized controlled trial funded by the Social Security Administration, recruited a nontraditional sample of benefits applicants with self-reported or documented mental health conditions who were denied disability benefits and who expressed a desire for employment. This study describes the characteristics of the SED sample at baseline. METHODS The authors analyzed baseline data from the 2,960 eligible enrollees… Expand
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