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This study explored the relative usefulness of measures of race, ethnicity, and acculturation in understanding the mental health of an ethnically diverse group of low-income women. The 194 women who were enrolled in the Women, Infant and Child program showed no racial/ethnic variation in the...
Three traditions of women’s organizations emerged in the 1800s: benevolence, reform, and rights. This article focuses primarily on women who founded the forerunners of today’s nonprofit health and human service agencies. Using Richmond, Virginia, as an example, it draws from historical...
The spirit of service and volunteering in nonprofit and community-based organizations has been a staple of American life for hundreds of years. Although courts have referred clients to mental health agencies since the end of the 19th century, volunteers who are trained mental health counselors...
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