This grant develops an evidence-based, internet-based, depression care resource for consumers and providers, based at the medical school of a minority serving institution, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science. This internet-based resource has been developed through a transparent, multi-stakeholder partnership that comprises consumer, community members, Los Angeles County, community safety net healthcare providers, mental health agencies, social service agencies (homeless shelters, senior centers, food banks, employment assistance centers), substance use agencies, and churches supported through the an NIMH funded study, Community Partners in Care (5R01MH078853). Both the current NIMH funded study and other depression care materials have been developed over a period of 20 years (Partners in Care, We Care and Witness for Wellness). Our partnership has been essential to adapting these resources for community settings in the current grant, Community Partners in Care and will continue to be essential in assuring that the products of this grant remain relevant and usable for all our stakeholders. This proposal builds upon nearly a decade of partnerships between Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, UCLA, Healthy African American Families, QueensCare Health and Faith Partnership, and the Los Angeles Biomed Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to build and disseminate science to eliminate health disparities through partnered research and dissemination efforts.

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This grant develops an evidence-based, internet-based, depression care resource for consumers and providers, based at the medical school of a minority serving institution, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science. This internet-based resource has been developed through a transparent, multi-stakeholder partnership that comprises consumer, community members, Los Angeles County, community safety net healthcare providers, mental health agencies, social service agencies (homeless shelters, senior centers, food banks, employment assistance centers), substance use agencies, and churches supported through the an NIMH funded study, Community Partners in Care (5R01MH078853). Both the current NIMH funded study and other depression care materials have been developed over a period of 20 years (Partners in Care, We Care and Witness for Wellness) and builds upon nearly a decade of partnerships between Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, UCLA, Healthy African American Families, QueensCare Health and Faith Partnership, and the Los Angeles Biomed Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to build and disseminate science to eliminate health disparities through partnered research and dissemination efforts.

Agency
National Institute of Health (NIH)
Institute
National Library of Medicine (NLM)
Type
Resources Project Grant (NLM) (G08)
Project #
5G08LM011058-02
Application #
8242008
Study Section
Special Emphasis Panel (ZLM1-AP-G (J2))
Program Officer
Vanbiervliet, Alan
Project Start
2011-03-15
Project End
2014-03-14
Budget Start
2012-03-15
Budget End
2013-03-14
Support Year
2
Fiscal Year
2012
Total Cost
$95,298
Indirect Cost
Name
La Biomed Research Institute/ Harbor UCLA Medical Center
Department
Type
DUNS #
069926962
City
Torrance
State
CA
Country
United States
Zip Code
90502
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