Title: Increasing earnings of social security disability income beneficiaries with serious mental disorder

Authors: Salkever, D.S., Gibbons, B., Drake, R.E., Frey, W.D., Hale, T.W., & Karakus, M.

Year: 2014

Summary: Combining provision of individual placement and supported employment, systematic medication management, and other behavioral health services has shown to be effective in increasing earnings of individuals with severe and persistent mental disorders. Read more.

Key Words: severe and persistent mental disorders (SPMD), supported employment, employment, Social Security Administration

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