Universal family-focused interventions in alcohol-use disorder prevention: cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analyses of two interventions.
- Published Article
Journal of studies on alcohol
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 2002
Family skills training interventions designed for general populations have the potential to delay the onset of alcohol use and may avoid substantial costs to society at a proportionally small intervention cost. Economic analysis of such interventions is a largely unexplored area that could provide valuable guidance in forming public policy.
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