Mental Health of Immigrants and Refugees

  title={Mental Health of Immigrants and Refugees},
  author={A. Pumariega and E. Rothe and JoAnne B. Pumariega},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
  • A. Pumariega, E. Rothe, JoAnne B. Pumariega
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Community Mental Health Journal
  • The United States is a country of immigrants. With the exception of Native-Americans, every other American is, or descends from, an immigrant. First and second generation immigrant children are the most rapidly growing segment of the American population, with the great majority of this population being of non-European origin. This paper reviews the unique risk factors and mental health needs of our new immigrant populations, as well as treatment and services approaches to address their unique… CONTINUE READING
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