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Support, Empowerment, and The Process of Role Exit; an Overview of the Vägen ut! Treatment and Aftercare Program for Substance Abuse


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Title: Support, Empowerment, and The Process of Role Exit; an Overview of the Vägen ut! Treatment and Aftercare Program for Substance Abuse
Other Titles: Support, Empowerment, and The Process of Role Exit; an Overview of the Vägen ut! Treatment and Aftercare Program for Substance Abuse
Authors: Bazelkova, Anna
Issue Date: 13-Sep-2012
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: Social support, social networks, empowerment, substance abuse, coping, exit process
Abstract: Just like in other countries in the world substance abuse treatment is delivered in various settings in Sweden. It can range from an outpatient program, as in governmentally funded, public services with admitted participants that only come in to take their methadone daily, without going to therapy or it could be an inpatient program that involves treatment through therapeutic interventions and employment training as in a residential type of rehabilitation program. Such programs are designed to i... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/30268
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