Women less likely to seek substance use treatment due to stigma, logistics

Fewer than 11% of women with a substance use disorder (SUD) received treatment in 2019 according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. New research from Penn State examined the barriers that women with SUDs reported that prevented them from seeking treatment. The findings may help health professionals identify personalized interventions that could encourage more women to seek treatment.

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