Cover: The Mental Health Association of San Francisco Partner Organizations Meet Their Goals in Stigma Reduction Efforts

The Mental Health Association of San Francisco Partner Organizations Meet Their Goals in Stigma Reduction Efforts

Results of a Qualitative Evaluation of the Technical Assistance Process

Published Sep 14, 2015

by Jennifer L. Cerully, Rebecca L. Collins, Eunice C. Wong, Jennifer Yu

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This report describes the results of RAND's evaluation of the San Francisco–based Center for Dignity, Recovery, and Empowerment's technical assistance program for stigma-reduction programs through interviews with community-partner participants.

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