Title: Adapting the individual placement and support model

Authors: Ferguson, K.M., Xie, B., & Glynn, S.

Year: 2012

Summary: This study found that an adapted version of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Model can increase employment outcomes (i.e., ever-worked rate, working-at-follow-up rate, monthly work rate) in young adults with mental illness who are homeless as compared to usual-services. Read more.

Key Words: homelessness, employment, young adults, mental illness

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