Vocational Training for Drug Abusers: Identifying the Early Dropout
In recent years the rehabilitation of drug abusers has stressed the importance of employment planning and career development (Hanbury et al., 1973), and vocational training programs have been developed to help addicts find jobs. However, the retention of drug abusers in vocational training programs appears to be poor (Weiner et al., 1977), and variables associated with whether or not the drug abuser leaves training prematurely have not been adequately studied.
KeywordsVocational Training Drug Abuser Methadone Maintenance Drug Abuse Problem Heroin User
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