substance abuse

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Circumstances that individuals served by The Bridge encounter can include having an incarcerated parent, the death of a parent, domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance abuse and other challenges that affect the social, emotional and psychological well-being of youth and their families.
Eden House helps individuals, families and communities struggling with alcohol abuse, substance abuse and drug addiction.
It stops young people from taking desperate steps to find somewhere to stay for the night and it also prevents them from being placed in unsuitable B&Bs or mixed-age hostels, where they can be at risk of abuse, substance misuse or offending." Last month, Nightstop North East received a Big Society award from Prime Minister David Cameron at a ceremony in Downing Street.
Washington, December 14 ( ANI ): Women who are married suffer less partner abuse, substance abuse or post-partum depression around the time of pregnancy than women who are cohabitating or do not have a partner, a new study has found.
The terms substance abuse, substance use, substance misuse, dependence, or addiction are often mistakenly used interchangeably.
Nurses from the US address epidemiology, biostatistics, and research (topics integrated throughout and presented in separate chapters); practice in community settings, including cultural diversity and community and family assessment; challenges such as infectious and communicable diseases, violence and abuse, substance abuse, underserved populations, environmental concerns, and community preparedness for emergencies and disasters; and specialties like community mental health, school health, faith communities, palliative and end-of-life care, and occupational health nursing.
Funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse Treatment Pathways in Employee Groups is a five-year research collaboration between MHN of Point Richmond, California, and the Brandeis/Harvard Center on Managed Care and Drug Abuse Treatment.* The goal is to study aspects of treatment access.
The Pennsylvania Child Welfare Training Program offers 350 workshops in child sexual abuse, substance abuse, mental health, adoption, and other specialty areas.