Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Social Work (MSW)
The purpose of this exploratory study is to present information on Afrocentric programs providing continuous preparation for the PSYCHO-SOCIAL developmental needs of African American young men ages 18 to 26 in the Minneapolis, Minnesota, area. Programs designed to meet the social, psychological, and educational challenges confronting African American men are identified and described here. This study also presents a literature review of research regarding PSYCHO-SOCIAL needs and intervention strategies used by service providers for African American men. Included is program information gathered through publications, conversations and interviews with program providers and information from educational programs, churches, and social service agencies. The purpose of this study is to explore the extent to which such programs seem to exist in and provide services to this community.
Dewberry, Rodney J., "A Survey of Programs Addressing the Psychosocial Developmental Needs of African American Men Ages 18 to 26" (1997). Theses and Graduate Projects. 210.