Disaffiliation, Substance Use, and Exiting Homelessness

@article{Zlotnick2003DisaffiliationSU,
  title={Disaffiliation, Substance Use, and Exiting Homelessness},
  author={C. Zlotnick and T. Tam and M. Robertson},
  journal={Substance Use & Misuse},
  year={2003},
  volume={38},
  pages={577 - 599}
}
  • C. Zlotnick, T. Tam, M. Robertson
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Substance Use & Misuse
  • This study tested whether social affiliation was associated with exits from homelessness for a county-wide probability sample of 397 homeless adults who were followed over a 15-month period culminating in 1992. For the total sample, support from family or friends and service use were related to an increased likelihood of exiting from homelessness. Surprisingly, exits from homelessness were associated with social affiliation (i.e., support from family/friends and services use) only among… CONTINUE READING
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