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Disability and Access to Health and Support Services Among California's Immigrant Populations

January 1, 2000

Research Report

Authors: Steven P. Wallace, PhD, E. A. Hardie, Kathy McCarthy

The purpose of this analysis is to examine the level of disability among immigrants to the U.S generally, and California in particular, and to assess use of medical and supportive services within this population. We begin with a review of the Disability and Access to Health & Support Services among California’s Immigrant Population literature on immigrant health and disability, as well as recent developments in health policy in the U.S. and the potential impact policy decisions may have on immigrant populations. This will provide the background and justification for the analysis that follows.

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