This article uses AddHealth data to compare rates of mental health counseling use between adolescents and young adults, examine characteristics and predictors of counseling use for young adults, and identify reasons for foregone care among those with mental health needs in young adulthood.
February 11, 2008
Jennifer Yu, Sally Adams, Jane Burns, Claire Brindis, Charles E. Irwin, Jr.
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