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[...] according to Bassuk, Buckner, Perloff, and Bassuk (1998), "homeless and lower-income housed mothers have a higher lifetime and current rates of major depression and substance abuse than did all women in the general population in the National Comorbidity Survery" (p. 1561), which indicates further application from results of Ambrogne's study. Knowing that women who are homeless or of a lower income are more likely experiencing these problems, this is a population that should be focused on by receiving an intergraded treatment approach for their co-occurring disorders.
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