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Preventing Unemployment and Disability Benefit Receipt Among People with Mental Illness: Evidence Review and Policy Significance

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  • Bonnie O'Day
  • Rebecca Kleinman
  • Benjamin Fischer
  • Eric Morris
  • Crystal Blyler

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The authors identify effective services to assist 3 groups of people with mental illnesses become or remain employed and prevent dependence on disability cash benefits.

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  • Bonnie O'Day & Rebecca Kleinman & Benjamin Fischer & Eric Morris & Crystal Blyler, "undated". "Preventing Unemployment and Disability Benefit Receipt Among People with Mental Illness: Evidence Review and Policy Significance," Mathematica Policy Research Reports fd9866bd86fc425a9faaf4e34, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:fd9866bd86fc425a9faaf4e340d1aad9
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    Keywords

    mental illness; disability benefits; Unemployment;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare
    • J - Labor and Demographic Economics

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