Effects of a trauma-informed curriculum on depression, self-efficacy, economic security, and substance use among TANF participants: Evidence from the Building Health and Wealth Network Phase II

Overview

A study examines whether integrating trauma-informed peer support curriculum into the TANF program is associated with reductions in co-occurring depression and substance use, and improvements in self-efficacy and economic security.

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https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113136

 

Details

Type: 
Journal Article
Journal: 
Social Science & Medicine
Authors: 
Jerome Dugan, Layla G. Booshehri, Pam Phojanakong, Falguni Patel, Emily Brown, Sandra Bloom, Mariana Chilton
Date:
02/05/2021