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Which of the options listed below are considered one of the four C’s used to describe substance use disorder (also referred to as “addiction”)?
In order to break away from stigmatizing, all or nothing language, when working with a survivor who use substances it is important to note:
What are three important factors that influence substance use experiences?
Substance use can pose increased risks for women, including:
When supporting women with substance use histories, it is important to know:
The “telescoping effect” describes:
Common signs of substance use can also be signs of:
A survivor comes to your center requesting advocacy services. Center staff think that the survivor seems to be under the influence of a substance. A supportive, anti-stigmatizing, trauma-informed approach would be to:
A person who uses substances may experience neurological changes to their reward system, memory and learning circuits, motivation and drive, and planning control. These changes are associated with: