Immigrant Status , Mental Health Need , and Mental Health Service Utilization Among High-Risk Hispanic and Asian Pacific Islander Youth

@inproceedings{Gudio2010ImmigrantS,
  title={Immigrant Status , Mental Health Need , and Mental Health Service Utilization Among High-Risk Hispanic and Asian Pacific Islander Youth},
  author={Omar G Gudi{\~n}o and Anna S. Lau and Richard Hough},
  year={2010}
}
This study examined youth mental health service (MHS) use as a function of family immigrant status and type of mental health need (internalizing vs. externalizing). A sample of Hispanic and Asian/Pacific Islander families (youth ages 11–18; N = 457) involved with public sectors of care provided reports of youth mental health need during an initial interview… CONTINUE READING