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The purpose of a supported education program is to improve access to and retention of postsecondary educational environments through appropriate accommodations for people with psychiatric disabilities.
The education environment is not a treatment setting, nor is a supported education program a treatment program.
Supported education (SEd) programs have arisen in the past 10 years in response to problems experienced through more traditional vocational rehabilitation approaches (Moxley et al., 1993) and in response to the stated desires of consumers and family members to pursue post-secondary education (Unger, 1993; Unger & Anthony, 1984).
Eligibility criteria for supported education programs are fairly minimal.
For the SPMI population, supported education has usually been funded and initiated as one component of full-service psychosocial rehabilitation programs, within psychiatric hospitals with large young adult/adolescent caseloads, or by colleges in collaboration with local community mental health agencies and funded by state mental health department grants.
In addition, we searched the international evidence to identify the range of components provided within Supported Education programs.
Supported education (SEd) programs for individuals with psychiatric disabilities have arisen during the past 10 years in response to the shortcomings of vocational programs and also in response to the stated desires of people with mental illnesses and their families for pursuit of postsecondary education (Moxley, Mowbray, & Brown, 1993; Rogers ct al., 1991; Unger, 1993).
For example, screening of one group of clients entering a supported education program (Cook & Solomon, 1993) indicated that over half had reading and mathematical computation skills below the 12th grade level.
One of the only studies that used a randomized controlled trial methodology (Collins et al., 1998) could not determine which specific type of supported education model was most effective or why the supported education interventions tested were effective.
Supported education is needed to help consumers prepare for postsecondary education and vocational training (Unger, et al., 1987).
"Building Your Program" is intended to help mental health authorities, agency administrators, and program leaders think through and develop Supported Education. The first part of this booklet gives you background information about the Supported Education model.
Topics addressed in these chapters include employment and the dually diagnosed individual with a history of drug and alcohol use, special problems associated with finding suitable job placements for individuals with severe mental illness with high levels of skill and education, utilizing supported education as a way of helping clients develop job skills that will increase their employability, and the need for employment specialists and other team members to develop cultural sensitivity that will allow them to deliver culturally competent employment and other clinical services to diverse client populations.