FInal Report_Long-term Outcomes of Community Engagement and Planning to Address Depression Outcomes Disparities Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute.pdf
journal contributionposted on 16.01.2019, 20:07 by Kenneth Wells, Loretta Jones, Michael Ong, Wayne Aoki, Thomas Belin, Elizabeth Bromley, Bowen Chung, et al
Depression is a health problem that causes people to feel sad and hopeless and to have low energy. People usually get treatment in healthcare settings, such as clinics. In communities with few resources, people may also get help in community settings, such as social services agencies or churches. Collaborative care approaches bring together healthcare and community programs to help people with depression.