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(p. 227) Substance Use Disorders among Military Personnel 

(p. 227) Substance Use Disorders among Military Personnel
(p. 227) Substance Use Disorders among Military Personnel

Joseph Westermeyer

and Nathan A. Kimbrel

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date: 20 January 2021

Alcohol and drug problems occur at relatively high rates among military personnel and have the potential to negatively impact military readiness. This chapter discusses the prevalence, psychopharmacology, assessment, and treatment of substance use disorders. Individualized, evidence-based treatment is key to the successful management of these challenging disorders.

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