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Table 1 Typology of services assessed

From: Factors associated with quality of services for marginalized groups with mental health problems in 14 European countries

  Target population Primary focus of care
Generic Group-specific Mental health Social care General health
Austria 18 (5.1) 28 (10.5) 9 (3.3) 32 (11.8) 5 (6.8)
France 41 (11.7) 21 (7.9) 31 (11.4) 11 (4.1) 20 (27.0)
Hungary 4 (1.1) 1 (0.4) 1 (0.4) 1 (0.4) 3 (4.1)
Poland 26 (7.4) 16 (6.0) 17 (6.3) 19 (7.0) 6 (8.1)
Czech Republic 11 (3.1) 8 (3.0) 6 (2.2) 12 (4.4) 1 (1.4)
Germany 79 (22.6) 50 (18.7) 53 (19.5) 66 (24.4) 10 (13.5)
Italy 15 (4.3) 19 (7.1) 14 (5.1) 12 (4.4) 8 (10.8)
Netherlands 24 (6.9) 13 (4.9) 23 (8.5) 14 (5.2) 0
Sweden 0 5 (1.9) 2 (0.7) 0 3 (4.1)
Belgium 34 (9.7) 20 (7.5) 21 (7.7) 24 (8.9) 9 (12.2)
UK 38 (10.9) 28 (10.5) 40 (14.7) 21 (7.7) 5 (6.8)
Spain 6 (1.7) 11 (4.1) 6 (2.2) 11 (4.1) 0
Portugal 17 (4.9) 4 (1.5) 13 (4.8) 7 (2.6) 1 (1.4)
Ireland 37 (10.6) 43 (16.1) 36 (13.2) 41 (15.1) 3 (4.1)
Total 350 267 272 271 74
  1. Figures are n (%).
  2. Services were classified as either generic or group-specific, based on their target users: if more than 50% of the people using a service were from one of the marginalised group, the service was classified as specific for that group.
  3. Social care, mental health or general health service classification was based on service self-definition. In cases where it was not clear whether a service was mental health specific or generic, if 50% of clients were estimated to have a mental health problem the service was classified as a mental health service.