Recruitment occurred at three outpatient mental health facilities in the New York metropolitan area. The participants, 22 men and 16 women, ranged in age from 19 to 55. Most participants were Hispanic (15 participants, or 39%), African American (14 participants, or 37%), or Caucasian (eight participants, or 21%). Psychiatric diagnoses included schizophrenia (16 participants, or 42%), schizoaffective disorder (11 participants, or 29%), bipolar disorder (six participants, or 16%), and depression (five participants, or 13%). The highest education level achieved for most participants was a high school diploma or GED (22 participants, or 58%). Eight participants (21%) completed some college. Another eight participants (21%) did not complete high school. No participants were currently employed.