August 01, 2007
AJP CME Course for August 2007: A Longitudinal Study of the Use of Mental Health Services by Persons with Serious Mental Illness: Do Spanish-Speaking Latinos Differ from English-Speaking Latinos and Caucasians?

Self-Assessment Quiz - Expired

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Most prior studies have suggested that Latinos with a mental illness receive mental health treatment:
In this study, which group was least likely to enter mental health treatment via jail?
Compared to English-speaking Latinos and Caucasians, Spanish-speaking Latinos are more likely to receive mental health treatment in which of the following settings as their first point of contact: