Barriers to School-Based Mental Health Resource Utilization Among Black Adolescent Males

Explores how school-based mental health resources (SBMHRs) can better serve the needs of Black adolescent males, and highlights potential protective factors that schools provide for Black adolescent males who have stigmatized views of mental health and mental health services. 

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