North American Indian Alliance mental health needs assessment report.

Abstract

The North American Indian Alliance (NAIA), located in Butte, Montana, conducted a mental health needs assessment from December, 1991 to June, 1992. The goals of this assessment were to identify unmet health needs, obtain input regarding the need for additional services, and identify barriers to providing and accessing services. Surveys of mental health service providers (n = 30) and consumers of NAIA services (n = 74) were conducted. The results of these surveys and their implications for service provision are explored.

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@article{Barron1999NorthAI, title={North American Indian Alliance mental health needs assessment report.}, author={Lee Barron and L L Oge and Jessica E Markovich}, journal={American Indian and Alaska native mental health research : journal of the National Center}, year={1999}, volume={8 3}, pages={13-24} }