Development of Project Wings Home Visits, a mental health intervention for Latino families using community-based participatory research
This article details the steps undertaken to develop Project Wings Home Visits, a collaborative school-based, community-linked mental health promotion intervention for Latino adolescents and their families. The intervention was developed using a CBPR approach that involved the cooperation of a community health care system, a public high school, and a university. The process of Project Wings Home Visits demonstrates the benefits and challenges of using CBPR in creating and implementing health promotion interventions.
Garcia, C., Hermann, D., Bartels, A., Matamoros, P., Dick-Olson, L., & Guerra de Patino, J. (2012). Development of Project Wings Home Visits, a mental health intervention for Latino families using community-based participatory research. Health Promotion Practice, 13(6), 755-762. Full Text.
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