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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment

A meta-analysis of predictors of continued drug use during and after treatment for opiate addiction
D. D. Brewer, R. F. Catalano, K. Haggerty, R. R. Gainey, and C.B. Fleming

An experimental intervention with families of substance abusers: One-year follow-up of the Focus on Families project
R. F. Catalano, R. R. Gainey, C. B. Fleming, K. P. Haggerty and N. O. Johnson

Assessing drinkers' motivation for change: The Stages of Change Readiness and Treatment Eagerness Scale (SOCRATES)
W. R. Miller and J. S. Tonigan

Chemical dependency in women: A description of its effects and outcome on adequate parenting
Shoni K. Davis

Childhood and chemical abuse: Prevention and intervention
Stephanie Griswold-Ezekoye, Karol L. Kumpfer and William J. Bukoski, Editors

Developing women-sensitive drug treatment services: Why so difficult?
Beth Glover Reed

Deviance among the children of heroin addicts in treatment: Impact of parents and peers
R. R. Gainey, R. F. Catalano, K. P. Haggerty and M. J. Hoppe

Drug abuse prevention through family interventions
B. H. Bry, R. F. Catalano, K. L. Kumpfer, J. E. Lochman and J. Szapocznik

Enhancing motivation for change in problem drinking: A controlled comparison of two therapist styles
W. R. Miller, G. S. Benefield and J. S. Tonigan

Families living with drugs and HIV: Intervention and treatment strategies
Richard P. Barth, Jeanne Pietrazak and Malia Ramler, Editors

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