Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
Vang, Pa Der
This study assessed if women who are survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and receive treatment for this issue, when they were in treatment for substance abuse, stayed sober longer and thus experienced a healthier and happier recovery. The benefit of this research is two-fold as it not only leads to better treatment programs for women who have this co-occurring condition, it also allows for better treatment outcomes and as a result is more cost effective for treatment agencies. The data was collected confidentially through surveys that were distributed at 10 local Alcoholic's Anonymous meetings in the Inland Empire area.
Egan, Barbara Eileen, "The effects of childhood sexual abuse on women in recovery for substance abuse" (2011). Theses Digitization Project. 3939.