Consultation to a Puerto Rican Drug Abuse Program
The need to integrate drug abuse programs into the rubic of human service programs is of paramount importance, particularly for ethnic minority oriented programs. The paucity of bi-lingual and bi-cultural personnel in the human services field requires innovative and collaborative approaches to the problem of drug abuse. Administrators of drug and human service programs must actively seek to bring about the integration of resources.
KeywordsConsultation Service Drug Abuse Program Program Consultation Centered Consultation Puerto Rican Population
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