Study Investigates How The Use Of Alcohol, Cigarettes And Marijuana Among Homeless Youth May Be Influenced By Characteristics Of Their Social Networks

Submitted by Andy Travis

This study found that youth with more substance users in their networks reported greater alcohol, cigarette, and marijuana consumption regardless of whether these network members provided tangible or emotional support. The homeless setting was more significant in consumption than meeting network members in other contexts. Numbers of adults and school attendees in networks reduced consumption.

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11th January 2011

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