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Revista Cubana de Salud Pública

versión impresa ISSN 0864-3466versión On-line ISSN 1561-3127

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TURIZO-PALENCIA, Yamile et al. Psychosocial intervention, welfare and social capital in communities with socio-economic disadvantage. Rev Cubana Salud Pública [online]. 2021, vol.47, n.2, e2267.  Epub 30-Jun-2021. ISSN 0864-3466.

Introduction:

In Colombia psychosocial intervention programs are carried out in communities with socioeconomic disadvantage to improve their quality of life; however, no impact’s assessments are carried out to measure their effectiveness.

Objective:

Determine the relation between the time of exposure to psychosocial intervention’s processes in communities at socioeconomic disadvantage, and their perception of psychological well-being, social welfare and social capital, in the metropolitan area of Barranquilla.

Methods:

The research was ex post facto explanatory one, with a sample of 135 people over the age of 17. A variance analysis was done to find the dependency between intervention processes and dependent variables.

Results:

A relationship of significance was found between the age group of the participants and some dimensions of psychological well-being, social welfare and social capital. No significant relationships were found between the intervention time and the dependent variables mentioned.

Conclusions:

Despite the vulnerability of the environment, the communities involved in the study demonstrated a perception of psychological and social well-being and positive assessment of their social capital without a significant relationship with the time of exposure to community work. Psychosocial intervention’s processes have sufficient potential to promote the improvement of the conditions of individuals, groups or communities, but they require the implementation of assessment processes that allow to follow up on their impact.

Palabras clave : Well-being; social capital; socio-economic disadvantage; psychosocial intervention.

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