MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) March 06, 2020
“Evaluating Treatment Experiences Among Peer Mentors”: a profound account that envisions to evaluate the gender-specific halfway house for treatment of women with substance use disorders (GSHTSUD) in the Northeastern United States. “Evaluating Treatment Experiences Among Peer Mentors” is the creation of published author Shirl Richardson, DSW, a woman who, after moving to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has completed degrees in child development, drug addiction, and social work. After fifteen years of employment in social services, she now spends her time with family in Texas and enjoys writing and encouraging individuals who struggle with depression and addiction.
Richardson writes, “Substance abuse among women has greatly increased over the last decade.
“Women involved with child welfare services appear to be the most affected. Chronic shortages of appropriate substance-abuse treatment hinder women needing help. The demands of court-ordered treatment state women must enter and complete six to eighteen months of treatment before child custody is reinstated.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Shirl Richardson, DSW’s new book is a stirring handbook that talks about the prevalence of substance use disorders in women as it continues to arise in the United States.
This book shares an awareness to the readers about the rising cases of substance use disorders among women in the US, specifically in the northeastern part of the country. This tome does not only share an awareness but also gives them information on how to surpass and avoid it.
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Consumers can purchase “Evaluating Treatment Experiences Among Peer Mentors” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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