Substance abuse is a growing problem in today’s society. While there are many different forms of treatment for substance abuse, some forms of treatment have proven to be more effective than others. In some cases, family intervention in substance abuse treatment has proven to be more effective than treatments that do not include family intervention. This paper is an analysis of existing literature regarding substance abuse treatment, highlighting specific circumstances in which family intervention tends to be most effective.
Giarrusso, Alyssa F.
"When is Family Involvement Effective in Substance Abuse Treatment: An Analysis of the Existing Literature from a Social Work Perspective,"
Locus: The Seton Hall Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/locus/vol3/iss1/6