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2003 Mothers Drug Alcohol Abuse Study

2003 Mothers Drug Alcohol Abuse Study

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Published by Beverly Tran
We examined the prevalence of alcohol abuse or dependence among women between the
ages of 18 and 49 who were caring for children and who responded to the nationallyrepresentative
2003 National Survey of Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). Our results (data not
shown) are similar to those obtained by Grant and Dawson from the 1992 NLAES.
We examined the prevalence of alcohol abuse or dependence among women between the
ages of 18 and 49 who were caring for children and who responded to the nationallyrepresentative
2003 National Survey of Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). Our results (data not
shown) are similar to those obtained by Grant and Dawson from the 1992 NLAES.

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Lifetime and Annual Substance Use, Abuse and Dependence among Current and Former Welfare Recipients
Robin Phinney University of Michigan Kristin Seefeldt University of Michigan Sheldon Danziger University of Michigan Harold Pollack University of Chicago August 26, 2005 Funds to collect and manage the Women’s Employment Survey (WES) were provided by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the National Institute for Child Health and Development, and the  National Institute of Mental Health (R24-MH51363). The Substance Abuse Policy Research Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provided the funds to gather the information on lifetime use of substances and the analyses reported here. The authors thank WES data manager Sarah K. Marsh for her assistance.
 
Table of Contents 1.
 
Table of Contents and Index of Tables and Charts 2.
 
Introduction 3.
 
Section 1: Substance Abuse and Dependence Instruments a.
 
The Composite International Diagnostic Interview (CIDI)  b.
 
DSM-IV definitions of substance abuse and dependence 4.
 
Section 2: Alcohol Abuse and Dependence a.
 
Alcohol abuse and dependence in 2003 (wave 5), across survey years (1997-2003), and in respondents’ lifetimes  b.
 
Coexistence of alcohol abuse and dependence c.
 
Merging 12-month and lifetime alcohol dependence data d.
 
Onset and persistence of alcohol dependence e.
 
Preliminary descriptive comparisons for alcohol dependence 5.
 
Section 3: Drug Abuse and Dependence a.
 
12-month measures of drug abuse and dependence in 2003 (wave 5) and across years  b.
 
Lifetime measures of drug abuse and dependence c.
 
Coexistence of drug abuse and dependence d.
 
Merging 12-month and lifetime drug dependence data e.
 
Onset and persistence of drug dependence f.
 
Preliminary descriptive comparisons for drug dependence 6.
 
Section 4: Drug Use a.
 
Drug use in 2003 (wave 5), across years, and over respondents’ lifetimes  b.
 
Preliminary descriptive comparisons for drug use 7.
 
Section 5: Conclusion and Policy Implications 8.
 
Appendix A: Comparison of dependence symptoms in the CIDI short- and long-forms 9.
 
Appendix B: Coding and measurement of lifetime and 12-month dependence and abuse variables 10.
 
Reference List
 
Index of Tables and Charts
Tables
Table 1
 First and last reported age of symptoms, relative to 1997, for respondents with  Abuse or dependence diagnosis
Table 2
 Descriptive comparisons for respondents with and without alcohol dependence
Table 3
 First and last reported age of symptoms, relative to 1997, for respondents with drug abuse or dependence diagnosis
Table 4
 Descriptive comparisons for respondents with and without drug dependence
Table 5
 Descriptive comparisons for respondents with and without drug use
Table 6
 Descriptive comparisons for respondents with and without hard drug use Charts
Figure 1
 Percent of wave 5 respondents with alcohol abuse and dependence, in 2003 and in lifetime
Figure 2
 Percent of wave 5 respondents with alcohol dependence diagnosis, across  years
Figure 3
 Ever alcohol dependent, wave 5 respondents only
Figure 4
 Percent of wave 5 respondents with drug abuse and dependence, in 2003 and in  Lifetime
Figure 5
 Percent of wave 5 respondents with drug dependence diagnosis, across  years
Figure 6
 Ever drug dependent, wave 5 respondents only
Figure 7
 First and most recent onset of abuse/dependence symptoms, relative to  first wave of WES interviews
Figure 8
 Drug use across waves and in lifetime
Figure 9
Types of drugs used, among drug users
 

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