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Claire Snell-Rood and Cathleen Willging

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Claire Snell-Rood and Cathleen Willging wrote this article for The Conversation. Claire is a medical anthropologist examining how varied social relationships contribute to mental health and overall wellbeing. Cathleen is a medical anthropologist whose research focuses on public mental health and substance use treatment services in the United States, healthcare reform, evidence-based practice implementation and sustainment in complex systems, multi-method organizational ethnography, and the advancement of culturally- and contextually-relevant programs to support marginalized groups affected by persistent disparities.

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