Relationship and institutional pressure to enter treatment: differences by demographics, problem severity, and motivation.

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OBJECTIVE Studies have shown that individuals with substance-use problems frequently receive pressure to enter treatment. Pressure can come from institutions (e.g., criminal justice or welfare) or relationships (e.g., family or friends). Research has also shown that pressure can facilitate treatment entry. However, few studies have assessed how pressure… (More)

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@article{Polcin2007RelationshipAI, title={Relationship and institutional pressure to enter treatment: differences by demographics, problem severity, and motivation.}, author={Douglas L. Polcin and Martha C. Beattie}, journal={Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs}, year={2007}, volume={68 3}, pages={428-36} }