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Rural/Urban Residence, Access, and Perceived Need for Treatment among African American Cocaine Users

Description
Reports findings from a study based on surveys from 400 adult African American cocaine users, half from 2 rural counties and half from 1 urban county in Arkansas. Discusses participants' perceived need for drug use treatment, factors predisposing treatment, and socioeconomic factors that enable or discourage treatment.
Author(s)
Tyrone F. Borders, Brenda M. Booth, Katharine E. Stewart, et al.
Citation
Journal of Rural Health, 31(1), 98-107
Date
01/2015
Type
Document
Tagged as
Access · Black or African American · Illicit drug use · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · The South · Arkansas