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Telemedicine-based alcohol services for rural offenders.
Research has consistently shown that alcohol use is a problem in rural communities and access to substance abuse treatment, particularly evidence-based treatment is limited. Because telemedicine hasExpand
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A Qualitative Exploration of Engagement Among Rural Women Entering Substance User Treatment
A semistructured interview was administered to a purposive sample of 12 rural women early in substance misuser treatment in a gender specific, intensive outpatient treatment program from March 2001Expand
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On Compassion
Ungan Donjo1 once asked Dogo Enchi, ‘Why does the Bodhisattva of Great Compassion have so many hands and eyes?’ Dogo replied, ‘He is like someone in the night who reaches behind himself, his handExpand
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Developing, implementing, and evaluating a treatment protocol for rural substance abusers.
Substance abuse is a significant social and public health problem facing rural Americans. However, most treatment protocols have been developed in urban areas. This article describes the development,Expand
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Holy Smoke: Tobacco Use Among Native American Tribes in North America
  • T. Godlaski
  • Medicine
  • Substance use & misuse
  • 1 January 2013
The use of tobacco by Native Americans in North America seems to have ancient origins and significant spiritual meaning. This article reviews archeological and anthropological data about the use ofExpand
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Spirituality, Religion, and Addiction: A Possible Epilogue
As editors, authors, and reviewers, we had noticed that over the last several months a fair number of articles addressing the relevance of spirituality and/or religious practice—religiosity—toExpand
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Case management and behavioral contracting. Components of rural substance abuse treatment.
This article presents a model of case management with rural clients entering drug and alcohol treatment. As part of a larger treatment protocol called Structured Behavioral Outpatient Rural Therapy,Expand
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Recovery: with and without self-help.
Although self-help/mutual-help groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous, are important factors in the recovery of many chemically dependent individuals, the large dropout rates from such groups and theExpand
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Client Outcomes from Rural Substance Abuse Treatment
Abstract Several national evaluations have been conducted since the late 1960s that have assessed the effectiveness of publicly-funded substance abuse treatment in the United States. These studies,Expand
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