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Hmong Women United Against Depression

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Project Website
http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-0-387-76894-6_27#page-1
Keywords
Hmong, community-based programs, depression, health care disparities, illness and disease, chronic disease
Project Contact
Tai Mendenhall
mend0009@umn.edu
About

This initiative engages local providers and representatives of the St. Paul Hmong community in a collaborative partnership oriented to investigating, understanding and improving the lives of patients and refugees who are struggling with a variety of life stressors related to depression, chronic physical health problems, and psychosocial difficulties associated with relocation. Its mission is to tap the wisdom and resources of the St. Paul Hmong community to empower, support, encourage, and offer hope to Hmong women and their families who live with depression.



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