Drug treatment clients and their community peers: how they differ.

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Free-at-Last is a drug treatment program in East Palo Alto, California, a low-income predominantly African American community in Silicon Valley. In this research, a cohort of treatment clients was compared to a random sample of community residents. Both groups used drugs. Two-way analysis of variance was used to identify factors that predicted the number of… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15332641003772470

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@article{Bowser2010DrugTC, title={Drug treatment clients and their community peers: how they differ.}, author={Benjamin Paul Bowser and David Lewis and Derrick Dogan and Carl O Word}, journal={Journal of ethnicity in substance abuse}, year={2010}, volume={9 2}, pages={89-105} }