COVID-19, Unemployment, and Behavioral Health Conditions
People want jobs and self-sufficiency rather than handouts. Robust evidence proves that “supported employment” enables people with behavioral health conditions to find competitive, integrated employment. Read my latest journal article, "COVID-19, Unemployment, and Behavioral Health Conditions: The Need for Supported Employment," in the March 2021 edition of Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. This piece was written with my colleagues Robert Drake, Deborah Becker, and Gary Bond.