Most California Residents Facing Psychological Distress Do Not See the Public as Supportive and Report Discrimination
Apr 23, 2015
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Presents results of the 2014 California Well-Being Survey, which tracks mental illness stigma and discrimination, well-being, and exposure to prevention and early intervention activities among Californians experiencing psychological distress.
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