Table of contents for The health and well-being of Caribbean immigrants in the United States / Annette M. Mahoney, editor.

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The Health 
and Well-Being 
of Caribbean Immigrants 
Foreword 
in the United States 
CONTENTS 
Introduction: The Health and Social Well-Being 
of Caribbean Immigrants in the United States 
Annette M. Mahoney 
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH 
Health, Poverty and Service Use Among Older West 
Indian Women in Greater Hartford 
Peta-Anne Baker 
Disparities in Infant Mortality Rates Among Selected 
Caribbean Immigrant Groups in New York City 
Marcia Bayne-Smith 
Yvonne J. Graham 
Marco A. Mason 
Michelle Drossman 
Confronting the Reality: An Overview of the Impact 
of HIV/AIDS on the Caribbean Community 
Mary Spooner 
Carol Ann Daniel 
Annette M. Mahoney 
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13 
31 
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Working with Caribbean Immigrants 
After the World Trade Center Tragedy: 
A Challenge for Social Work Practice 
Lear Matthews 
A Woman's Plight: An Exploration 
of Caribbean Women's Decision-Making Process 
in Migrating to the United States 
Christiana Best-Cummings 
Margery A. Gildner 
Developing a Model Intervention to Prevent Abuse 
in Relationships Among Caribbean 
and Caribbean-American Youth 
by Partnering with Schools 
Kristine A. Herman 
Restraining Orders in the Caribbean 
Community: Protecting Victims 
of Domestic Violence 
Mary Spooner 
Social Work with West Indian Families: 
A Multilevel Approach 
Carol Ann Daniel 
Impact of the 1996 Welfare Reform 
and Illegal Immigration Reform 
and Immigrant Responsibility Acts 
on Caribbean Immigrants 
Velta Clarke 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Caribbean Americans -- Social conditions.
Caribbean Americans -- Health and hygiene.