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Juleen K. Buser, Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 37.2 (April 2009): 94-104
This amazingly interesting article elaborates on the low frequency of the African Americans seeking for mental and physical assistance. This article says that inequality is targeted to attitudes toward services, alternate coping and differences in care. It also discussed the discrimination in counseling.
Snowden, Lonnie R, Barriers to Effective Mental Health Services for African Americans, Vol. 3, Issue 4, 181-187 (Dec. 2001). Social Services and Welfare, Psychology
According to this article, the African Americans do not go for perfect mental health care. In addition, it says that the people who do just drop out. It elaborates on the possible ways which can be followed to confront and eliminate this problem.
McField, Edward, Culture, acculturation, and social capital: Latinos and use of mental health service