Promoting Recovery from Drug Abuse

An Africentric Intervention

Published in: Journal of Black Studies, v. 28, no. 3, Jan. 1998, p. 319-333

Posted on on December 31, 1997

by Douglas L. Longshore, Cheryl Grills, Kiku Annon, Rhumel Grady

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This article describes the Engagement Project, a culturally congruent intervention in which Africentric concepts are applied in single-session counseling for African American drug users.

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