About the DECIDE Project
The DECIDE Project is part of a multi-site NIH-funded study led by Cambridge Health Alliance Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research at Harvard University on DECIDE, a novel method of consumer activation in mental health care to improve engagement and retention in mental health settings that emerged from practice-based evidence.
This project is part of the Initiative on Diagnosis and Engagement, which seeks to enhance the engagement of underserved cultural groups into mental health care that can be implemented in a public mental health system.
Data collection is completed. Data analysis and preparation of manuscripts is under way.
To see an alphabetical list of all the projects being conducted at our Center, please click here: Research projects at the CECC.