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Key Resources: Substance Abuse & Welfare Reform

Citations from Key Results

APA. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 4th ed. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association; 1994.
Cook JA, Mock LO, Jonikas JA, et al. Prevalence of psychiatric and substance use disorders among single mothers nearing lifetime welfare eligibility limits. Archives of General Psychiatry. 2009;66(3):249-258.
Danziger S, Seefeldt K. Barriers to employment and the "hard to serve": implications for services, sanctions, and timer limits. Focus. 2002;22(1):76-81.
Danziger SK, Corcoran M, Danziger S, et al. Barriers to the Employment of Welfare Recipients. In: Cherry R, Rogers W, eds. Prosperity for All? The Economic Boom and African-Americans. New York: Russell Sage Foundation; 2000.
Dohan D, Schmidt L, Henderson S. From enabling to bootstrapping: welfare workers' views of substance abuse and welfare reform. Contemporary Drug Problems. 2005;32:429-455.
Grant B, Dawson D. Alcohol and Drug Use, Abuse, and Dependence Among Welfare Recipients. American Journal of Public Health. 1996;86(10):1450-1454.
Gutman M, McKay J, Ketterlinus R, McClellan A. Potential barriers to work for substance abusing women on welfare: findings from the "CASAWORKS for families" pilot demonstration. Evaluation Review. 2003;27(6):681-706.
Jayakody R, Danziger S, Pollack H. Welfare reform, substance use and mental health. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law. 2000;25(4).
LAC. The state of state policy on TANF and addiction. New York: Legal Action Center.; 2002.
Lown A, Schmidt L, Wiley J. Interpersonal violence among women seeking welfare: unraveling lives. American Journal of Public Health. 2006;96(8):1409-1415.
McCrady B, Langenbucher J. Alcohol treatment and health care system reform. Archives of General Psychiatry. 1996;53(8):737-746.
McLellan A, Gutman M, McKay J, Ketterlinus R. One-year outcomes from the "CASAWORKS for Families" intervention for substance abusing women on welfare. Evaluation Review. 2003;27(6):656-680.
Meara E, Frank R. Welfare reform, work requirements, and employment barriers. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2006. W12480.
Meara E, Greenfield SF. The relationship between substance use patterns and economic and health outcomes among low-income caregivers and children. Psychiatric Services. 2008;59(9):974-981.
Metsch L, Pereyra M, Miles C, McCoy C. Welfare and work outcomes after substance abuse treatment. Social Science Review. 2003;77(2):237-254.
Metsch L, Pollack H. Welfare reform and substance abuse. Milbank Quarterly. 2005;83(1):65-99.
Montoya I, Atkinson J, Struse H. A comparison of psychological barriers among welfare recipients: implications for drug treatment. Substance Use and Misuse. 2001;36(6&7):2025-2041.
Morgenstern J, Blanchard K, McCrady B, McVeigh K, Morgan T, Pandina R. Effectiveness of intensive case management for substance-dependent women receiving temporary assistance for needy families. American Journal of Public Health. 2006;96(11):2016-2023.
Morgenstern J, McCardy B, Blanchard K, McVeigh K, Riordan A, Irwin T. Barriers to employability among substance dependent and nonsubstance - affected women on federal welfare: implications for program design. Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 2003;64(2):239-246.
Morgenstern J, Nakashian M, Woolis D, Gibson F, Bloom N, Kaulback B. CASAWORKS for families: a new treatment model for substance abusing parenting women on welfare. Evaluation Review. 2003;27(6):583-596.
Morgenstern J, Neighbors CJ, Kuerbis A, et al. Improving 24-month abstinence and employment outcomes for substance-dependent women receiving temporary assistance for needy families with intensive case management. American Journal of Public Health. 2009;99(2):328-333.
Morgenstern J, Riordan A, Dephilippis D, et al. Research notes. Specialized screening approaches can substantially increase the identification of substance abuse problems among welfare recipients. Washington, DC: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation: Department of Health and Human Services.; 2001.
Morgenstern J, Riordan A, Dephilippis D, et al. Specialized screening approaches can substantially increase the identification of substance abuse problems among welfare recipients. January 2001.
Phinney R, Danziger S, Pollack HA, Seefeldt K. Housing Instability among Current and Former Welfare Recipients. American Journal of Public Health. forthcoming.
PL104-193. Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act; 1996.
Pollack H, Danziger S, Jayakody R, Seefeldt K. Drug testing welfare recipients--False positives, false negatives, unanticipated opportunities. Women's Health Issues. 2002.
Pollack H, Reuter P. Welfare receipt among substance-using mothers: Did welfare reform make a difference. American Journal of Public Health. 2006;96(11):2024-2031..
Schmidt L, Wiley J, Dohan D, Zabkiewicz D, Jacobs L, Henderson S. Changing patterns of addiction and public aid receipt: tracking the unintended consequences of welfare reform. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, Law. 2006;31(5):945-980.
Schmidt L, Zabkiewicz D, Jacobs L, Wiley J. Substance abuse and employment among welfare mothers: From welfare to work and back again? Substance Use & Misuse. 2007;42(7):1069-1087.
Seefeldt K, Orzol S. Watching the clock tick: TANF accumulation in a strong economy. Ann Arbor, MI: Program on Poverty and Social Welfare Policy; 2003.
Turner LJ, Danziger S, Seefeldt K. Failing the transition from welfare to work: Women chronically disconnected from employment and cash welfare. Social Science Quarterly. 2006;87(2):227-249.
Weaver R. Ending Welfare as We Know It: Policy Making for Low-Income Families in the United States. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution; 2000.
Weisner C, Schmidt L. Expanding the frame of health services research in the drug abuse field. Health Services Research. 1995;30(5):707-726.
Wickizer T, Campbell K, Krupski A, Stack K. Employment outcomes among AFDC recipients treated for substance abuse in the Washington state. Milbank Quarterly. 2000;78(4):585-608.
Williams C, Juon H, Ensminger M. Marijuana and cocaine use among female African-American welfare recipients. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2004;75(2):185-191.
Zabkiewicz D, Schmidt LA. Behavioral health problems as barriers to work: Results from a 6-year panel study of welfare recipients. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research. 2007;34(2):168-185.
 
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