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Drug Dependence and Alcoholism

Volume 2 Social and Behavioral Issues

  • Arnold J. Schecter

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Minorities and Special Needs

    1. Mark A. Quinones, Kathleen M. Doyle
      Pages 1-9
    2. Paul Phillips, John Phin
      Pages 15-23
    3. Ronald L. Nuttall, Michele L. Moreland, Joan B. Hunter
      Pages 25-34
    4. Bob Matsushima, Carlos Gonzalez, Curtiss Brown, Emily Gibson
      Pages 39-46
    5. Fay M. Hidalgo, J. Abraham Pasadaba, Rodney Morales
      Pages 71-88
    6. Carlos A. Caste, Jeffrey Blodgett
      Pages 95-103
    7. Ethel B. Burks, Tyron S. Johnson
      Pages 113-120
    8. J. V. Tamayo, R. M. Haglund
      Pages 121-124
    9. Robert E. Wetter
      Pages 125-129
  3. Rural & Urban Issues

  4. Prevention

  5. Training, Education, and Credentialing

    1. Kathleen Smith-DiJulio, Nada J. Estes
      Pages 261-267
    2. William K. Schmidt, Alvin J. Greenberg
      Pages 269-274
    3. Eric Hatch
      Pages 275-284
    4. Joan Randell, Robert Yankowitz, Susan Schatz, Barbara Johnson
      Pages 285-288
    5. Steven B. Robbins, Michael D. Decaria, Terri Holleran
      Pages 315-323
    6. Michael R. Liepman, Suzanne S. Gilbert
      Pages 325-337
    7. Bruce E. Fischer, Dennis A. Armstrong
      Pages 349-358
    8. Joseph Ershun, James Leake
      Pages 359-364
    9. Joseph Ershun, Marvin Dichter
      Pages 375-380
    10. Kwame Ackason, Alicia K. Miller, Thomas G. Spiritoso
      Pages 405-416

About this book

Introduction

Determination and treatment of the unique needs of each addicted individual is a prerequisite to rehabilitation. General descriptions of large subgroups of the addicted population may only serve to iden­ tify issues pertinent to treatment and global treatment needs. How­ ever, specification of services needed is a first step in incorpora­ ting these in treatment. Clearly, women in treatment need many ser­ vices which, currently, are not typically available and may be criti­ cal for successful treatment of many of these women. REFERENCES Anderson, M. 1977. Medical needs of addicted women and men and the implications for treatment: focus on women. WDR report #4. Nat. Inst. Drug Abuse. Special Treatment Projects Section, Services Research Branch, Div. Resource Development. Blinick, G. 1971. Fertility of narcotics addicts and effects of ad­ diction on the offspring. Soc. BioI. l8(Supplement): 34. Blumer, H. et al. 1967. The World of Youthful Drug Use. Berkeley, California: Univ. of Calif. Doyle, K. and Levy, S. 1975. The female client: How treated in drug abuse programs. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Am. Psychol. Assoc., Chicago, Illinois. Edwards, H., Johnston, M., and Simon, W. 1976. The incidence and prevalence of drug use among adults in Illinois. Report: Insti­ tute for Juvenile Research, Dept. Mental Health, Chicago, Ill. Eldred, C. and Washington, M. 1976. Interpersonal relationships in heroin use by men and women and their role in treatment outcome. Int. J. Add. 11: 117.

Keywords

alcohol alcoholism coping intervention pharmacology prevention psychology rehabilitation Supervision treatment women

Editors and affiliations

  • Arnold J. Schecter
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Preventive Medicine Upstate Medical Center, Clinical CampusState University of New York at BinghamtonUSA
  2. 2.Broome County Health DepartmentBinghamtonUSA

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