An introduction to clinical social work supervision
People living in rural areas need resources and programs that respond directly to their specific needs and culture. Drug Use in Rural American Communities provides an in-depth look at many such communities, the people who live there, and their need for drug and alcohol counseling. Everyone interested in solving the problems of drug use in rural towns will find pertinent information in this new book.Ruth Edwards brings together experts who present their findings on drug use in small towns and rural areas of the United States. You will find diverse topics in this book--as diverse as the residents of small towns. Several of the topics covered are drug use by adolescents, including marijuana and hard drugs, drug use patterns among specific ethnic groups such as American Indian and Alaskan Native youth, drug abuse treatment, and future research needs.
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