Mental health attitudes among Eastern Europeans

This project examined mental health attitudes among 30 Eastern Europeans. This project aimed to gain a deeper understanding of mental health attitudes as they specifically relate to the Eastern European population. Data utilized for this study were collected from adult, English speaking Eastern Europeans residing throughout the greater Sacramento area. Results indicated that there is a statistically significant difference in annual household income between the participants born in the United States and those of Eastern European birth (t = -2.446, p < .05). Eastern Europeans born outside of the United States have higher household incomes.