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Relationships among discrimination, alcohol use, and mental health are complex and variable for young men that identify both as racial and sexual minorities


Opioid use disorder medications more likely received in outpatient than residential treatment patients, but helpful for both


Helping a loved one get into treatment is a “full time job”: Experiences of family and friends


An innovative strategy to access harm reduction resources


Large youth study reinforces importance of addressing substance use in mental health treatment


Impact of amphetamine use on treatment with opioid use disorder medications


Identifying helpful text message strategies to reduce alcohol use among young adults


Does adding a strengths-based component focused on well-being and self-regulation to residential treatment boost young adult treatment outcomes?



Mar 11, 2020

Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work? Scientific Review From Dr. John Kelly and the RRI

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