Minority Alcoholism Programs: Issues In Service Delivery Models
Substance Use and Misuse
This article describes how one metropolitan community attempted to set up a program to treat Black alcoholics. The effort is analyzed from direct service and administrative perspectives. When this program failed, an alternative model was developed. The two programs are compared, and an integrated model for minority community alcoholism services is proposed. © 1983 Informa UK Ltd All rights reserved: reproduction in whole or part not permitted.
Department of Social Work
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Maypole, Donald E. and Anderson, Ruth, "Minority Alcoholism Programs: Issues In Service Delivery Models" (1983). Faculty Publications. 4854.