Effects of Stigma and Discrimination Reduction Trainings Conducted Under the California Mental Health Services Authority

An Evaluation of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Adult Programs

by Eunice C. Wong, Rebecca L. Collins, Jennifer Cerully, Beth Roth, Joyce Marks, Jennifer Yu

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This report evaluated three National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) programs aimed at reducing mental illness stigma and discrimination among adult audiences.

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