Associations Between Two Domains of Social Adversity and Recovery Among Persons with Serious Mental Illnesses Being Treated in Community Mental Health Centers

Michael T. Compton, Roger Bakeman, Leslie Capulong, Luca Pauselli, Yazeed Alolayan, Anthony Crisafio, Kelly King, Thomas Reed, Beth Broussard, Ruth Shim

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As mental health services are increasingly embracing the recovery model, we conducted a study to better understand how social adversity impacts recovery. We also examined how associations between social adversity and recovery are influenced (moderated or mediated) by symptom severity. Data on seven social adversity measures, eight recovery measures, and symptom severity were collected from 300 English-speaking participants, ages 18–65 years, with a diagnosis of a psychotic or mood disorder, from five community mental health agencies in diverse neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. We employed standard correlation, exploratory factor analyses, analysis of variance, and hierarchic regression procedures. Diagnostic category and gender impacted Home Environment Adversities (e.g., food insecurity, perceived neighborhood disorder), the diagnostic category-by-gender interaction influenced Social and Economic Adversities (e.g., years of education and income), and gender affected Recovery. Controlling for diagnostic category and gender, Social and Economic Adversities accounted for 1.7% of variance in Recovery, while Home Environment Adversities accounted for 8.6% (their joint influence was 3.4%). Although symptom severity did not moderate these associations, it partially mediated the effect of Social and Economic Adversities on Recovery, and substantially mediated the effect of Home Environment Adversities on Recovery. The extent to which patients with serious mental illnesses experience recovery may be meaningfully influenced not only by symptoms, but by their social and environmental circumstances.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalCommunity mental health journal
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gender
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Keywords

  • Community mental health
  • Recovery
  • Serious mental illness
  • Social adversity

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  • Health(social science)
  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Psychiatry and Mental health

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Associations Between Two Domains of Social Adversity and Recovery Among Persons with Serious Mental Illnesses Being Treated in Community Mental Health Centers. / Compton, Michael T.; Bakeman, Roger; Capulong, Leslie; Pauselli, Luca; Alolayan, Yazeed; Crisafio, Anthony; King, Kelly; Reed, Thomas; Broussard, Beth; Shim, Ruth.

In: Community mental health journal, 01.01.2019.

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Compton, Michael T. ; Bakeman, Roger ; Capulong, Leslie ; Pauselli, Luca ; Alolayan, Yazeed ; Crisafio, Anthony ; King, Kelly ; Reed, Thomas ; Broussard, Beth ; Shim, Ruth. / Associations Between Two Domains of Social Adversity and Recovery Among Persons with Serious Mental Illnesses Being Treated in Community Mental Health Centers. In: Community mental health journal. 2019.
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