A CASE STUDY TO EXPLORE THE PERCEPTION OF A WOMAN PARTICIPANT IN DRUG COURT OF A COMMUNITY-BASED ARTS PROGRAM ON SUBSTANCE USE RECOVERY OUTCOMES

Catherine L. Troop
Addiction to drugs is a complex, chronic, and multi-faceted disease that often involves cycles of relapse and remission. The lifetime prevalence of alcohol and drug use disorders in women in the United States is 19.5 percent and 7.1 percent, respectively (McHugh, Wigderson, & Greenfield, 2014) yet there is a significant dearth of efficacious substance abuse treatment services tailored specifically to women. In addition, literature suggests that the third aspect of Bandura’s Social Cognitive theory (self-efficacy)...
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