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Alcohol Use Among Pregnant Women and Recent Mothers 2002 to 2007: The NSDUH Report, September 11, 2008
Characteristics of Homeless Female Admissions to Substance Abuse
Health and health care disparities among homeless women
Hispanic Female Admissions in Substance Abuse Treatment: 2005—The DASIS Report, April 13, 2007
Mood disorders affect drug treatment success of drug-dependent pregnant women
Mother’s serious mental illness and substance use among youths: The NSDUH Report, May 13, 2005
New visions of me: Finding joy in recovery with women who are homeless
Predictors of substance abuse treatment need and receipt among homeless women
Pregnant Women in Substance Abuse Treatment: 2002—The DASIS Report, September 3, 2004
Spotlight: Project Path to Recovery
Substance Abuse and Dependence among Women: The NSDUH Report, August 5, 2005
Substance Use During Pregnancy 2002 and 2003 Update: The NSDUH Report, June 2, 2005
Substance Use Treatment Among Women of Childrearing Age: The NSDUH Report, October 4, 2007
Targeting trauma-related interventions and improving outcomes for women with co-occurring disorders
The Dasis Report: Characteristics of Homeless Female Admissions To Substance Abuse Treatment: 2002
The link between substance abuse and posttraumatic stress disorder in women: A research review
Women in Substance Abuse Treatment: Results from the Alcohol and Drug Services Study (ADSS)
Women in Treatment for Smoked Cocaine 2000: The DASIS Report, September 26, 2003
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