Mental health conditions negatively affect social and economic opportunity

“Mental health affects people’s social and economic opportunities, and in turn, social and economic opportunity affects mental health,” says Darrell L. Hudson, PhD, assistant professor in the Brown School at Washington University about a study aimed at improving mental health in St. Louis. Washington University public health science researchers Bettina F. Drake, PhD, and Melody S. Goodman, PhD, contributed to the study.

See press release.