Disabilities and Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse and Disability Attention Deficit Disorders; Counseling; Disabilities; Hearing Impairments; Hyperactivity; Learning Disabilities; Mental Disorders; Mental Retardation; Neurological Impairments; Physical Mobility; *Substance Abuse; Visual Impairments

The Caregiver’s Guide to Overdose Response for Disabled Patients Awareness, Prevention, and Preparedness for Caregivers of Addicts

Substance Use Disorders in People With Physical and Sensory Disabilities Approximately 23 million people in the United States, including people with disabilities, need treatment for substance use disorders (SUDs), a major behavioral health disorder.1 In addition, more than 24 million adults in the United States experienced serious…

Substance Use Disorder Treatment For People With Physical and Cognitive Disabilities This TIP, Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People With Physical and Cognitive Disabilities, is intended to enhance treatment providers’ knowledge concerning people who have a physical or cognitive disability in addition to…

Home Accessibility for People with Disabilities in Recovery More than 20 million Americans suffer from addiction and substance abuse, and that number includes people with and without disabilities. Sometimes, the stress of living…

Substance Abuse and Physical Disability (Haworth Addictions Treatment) 1st Edition


Information prepared by:

Mary Wilson
abilities educator