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Alcohol abuse and dependency  
Abstract: This handout explains the signs of alcohol abuse. It offers a questionnaire to help determine whether a woman has problems or potential problems with alcohol abuse or dependence.
Author: Women's Health Care Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2002
Revised Date: 11/2010
Resources for help and support for drug or alcohol problems  
Abstract: This handout lists many resources for finding a program that may help in facing a drug or alcohol problem.
Author: Social Work and Care Coordination
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2005
Revised Date: 3/2012
Women and alcohol: Helpful information  
Abstract: This handout describes which women have the highest risk of alcohol abuse and alcoholism, how alcohol works on the body, medical problems women develop from drinking and how much drinking is safe.
Author: Women's Health Care Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2002
Revised Date: 9/2011

 
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