Predictors of relapse for american Indian women after substance abuse treatment.

  title={Predictors of relapse for american Indian women after substance abuse treatment.},
  author={Jenny Chong and Darlene C W Lopez},
  journal={American Indian and Alaska native mental health research},
  volume={14 3},
The objective of this study was to describe the predictors of substance use relapse of American Indian (AI) women up to one year following substance abuse treatment. Relapse is defi ned as any use of alcohol or drugs in the past 30 days at the follow-up points. Data were collected from AI women in a 45-day residential substance abuse treatment program. Predictors include distal (in time) proximal (recent), and intrapersonal factors. Results indicated that intrapersonal factors showed the… CONTINUE READING

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