Drug use disorders and treatment contact among homeless adults in Alameda County, California.
- Published Article
American journal of public health
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 1997
Rates of current drug use disorders for homeless adults were more than eight times higher than general population estimates. However, estimates of drug problems among homeless adults vary as a function of case ascertainment and sampling strategy. Estimates based only on samples from urban areas may overestimate drug problems among the area's larger homeless populations.
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