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Differences in service utilization and barriers among Blacks, Hispanics, and Whites with drug use disorders
- B. Perron, O. Mowbray, J. Glass, J. Delva, M. Vaughn, Mathew Owen Howard
- Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy
- 13 March 2009
BackgroundTreatment for drug use disorders (DUD) can be effective, but only a small proportion of people with DUD seek or receive treatment. Research on racial and ethnic treatment differences and… Expand
Psychosocial Outcomes of Adult Children of Mothers With Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Research has established that children of parents with mental illness, compared with normative samples, are more likely to have emotional/ behavioral problems or psychiatric diagnoses themselves. Few… Expand
Relevance of spirituality for people with mental illness attending consumer-centered services.
- Chyrell D. Bellamy, Nicole C Jarrett, O. Mowbray, P. Macfarlane, C. Mowbray, M. Holter
- Psychiatric rehabilitation journal
Spirituality has been cited in the literature as having a positive effect on mental health outcomes. This paper explores the relationship of spirituality to demographic, psychiatric illness history… Expand
Measuring pain medication expectancies in adults treated for substance use disorders.
BACKGROUND The U.S. prevalence of misuse of prescription opioid analgesics has increased substantially over the past decade but research on the factors influencing misuse of these medications remains… Expand
The Stigma of Depression: Black American Experiences
ABSTRACT While stigma is a large barrier for all racial/ethnic groups, research suggests that stigma has a particularly strong impact on the help-seeking behaviors and service use patterns of Black… Expand
Social networks and alcohol use disorders: findings from a nationally representative sample
- O. Mowbray, Adam E. Quinn, J. Cranford
- Psychology, Medicine
- The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse
- 25 April 2014
Abstract Background: While some argue that social network ties of individuals with alcohol use disorders (AUD) are robust, there is evidence to suggest that individuals with AUDs have few social… Expand
Recovery coaches and the stability of reunification for substance abusing families in child welfare
Substance abuse is a long-standing challenge for child welfare systems. Parental substance abuse disrupts family stability, family cohesion, and jeopardizes the well-being of children. In the current… Expand
Consumer-Run Drop-In Centers and Clubhouses: Comparisons of Services and Resources in a Statewide Sample.
Sexual orientation, treatment utilization, and barriers for alcohol related problems: Findings from a nationally representative sample.
BACKGROUND Gay, lesbian, and bisexual (GLB) individuals appear to have an increased likelihood of alcohol use disorders and treatment utilization for alcohol related problems compared to heterosexual… Expand
Prescription pain reliever misuse prevalence, correlates, and origin of possession throughout the life course.
INTRODUCTION While a considerable amount of information is available concerning who is most likely to engage in prescription pain reliever misuse, few studies have examined whether the correlates of… Expand