Korean American Community-based Mental Health Interventions | School of Behavioral Health | Loma Linda University
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Korean American Community-based Mental Health Interventions

The focus of this project is to provide and evaluate the effectiveness of low-dosage community-based mental health interventions for the Korean-American community. The two interventions that are currently being offered are the Community Resiliency Model (CRM), which is a set of 6 wellness skills that can be used to deal with different stressors in life. The other intervention is Mental Health First Aid, which is an 8 hour training that helps people assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance-use related crisis.

Project Faculty

Dr. Kelly Baek