Characteristics of Enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration.

  title={Characteristics of Enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration.},
  author={Christine Borger and Jocelyn Marrow and Robert E. Drake and Jeffrey A. Taylor},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
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… 

Participation in Individual Placement and Support in the Supported Employment Demonstration

  • Justin MetcalfeR. Drake
  • Psychology
    Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research
  • 2021
A measure of participation in IPS services was developed to quantify participation among enrollees assigned to receive IPS, a large randomized trial that sought to increase employment and reduce disability among those whose first application for disability benefits was denied.

Predictive Association of Low- and High-Fidelity Supported Employment Programs with Multiple Outcomes in a Real-World Setting: A Prospective Longitudinal Multi-site Study

High-fidelity individualized supported employment programs resulted in good vocational outcomes in a real-world setting, however, enhancing service quality to increase desired job acquisition and improve PROMs will be important in the future.

Barriers to Client Engagement and Strategies to Improve Participation in Mental Health and Supported Employment Services.

Clients who were difficult to engage experienced complex and interacting behavioral health, medical, and social conditions, which made it hard for therapists to develop therapeutic relationships and help clients find employment.

The Psychiatric Nurse Care Coordinator on a Multi-disciplinary, Community Mental Health Treatment Team

The psychiatric Nurse Care Coordinator (NCC)—a unique position created to support care management, facilitate systematic medication management, and coordinate medical care in the Social Security Administration’s 30-site Supported Employment Demonstration—is described.