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Relapse Risk Factors Across Socio-demographic Patterns Of Persons Admitted With Substance Use Disorder In Selected Rehabilitation Centres In Kenya
An understanding of the impact of risk factors for relapse can be instrumental in developing more targeted treatment to reduce relapse rates. This paper examined the relapse risk factors across socio-demographic patterns of persons admitted with substance use disorder. Objectives of this study were; to determine the levels of hazardous and risky use of substances among persons admitted for SUD treatment and to establish the risk factors associated with relapse. The study targeted 6 accredited rehabilitation centers, focused on participants aged between 18 and 40 years with a sample size of 120 participants. Rehabilitation centres were selected through purposive sampling
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