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TIP 56: Addressing the Specific Behavioral Health Needs of Men

TIP 56: Addressing the Specific Behavioral Health Needs of Men

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This guide addresses specific treatment needs of adult men living with substance use disorders. It reviews gender-specific research and best practices, such as common patterns of substance use among men and specific treatment issues and strategies.

Pub id: SMA14-4736
Publication Date: 5/2014
Popularity: 176
Format: Guidelines or Manual
Audience: Prevention Professionals, Researchers, Public Health Professionals, Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers, Professional Care Providers
Series: TIP Series - Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPS)
Population Group: Males

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06/23/2016 7:05 PM

A Family Member/Friend of Someone Needing Help said:

The title is intriguing! Probably, like all other heavyweight intelligence -information it never gets down to the ghetto level and their no repositories for retaining this information. Obviously, SAMHSA, needs to sponsor the building of networks between community and faith based organizations who are interested in providing behavioral treatment services to racial minority men & women who want recovery/rehabilitation. There's a huge gap in this area of human compassion that's consistently overlooked!