Supported Employment: The Evidence

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This paper details the often-entwined risk factors for suicide among older adults—disease, disability, disconnectedness, depression, and deadly means—and provides numerous tools that NASMHPD members, their providers, and other key stakeholders can use together to weave a safety net for the population.


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