In the News: Social work students present substance abuse findings at virtual conference
Social work students at the University of Guam presented data they collected on the local need for substance abuse treatment at a virtual conference hosted by the Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center and Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center on Sept. 30.
"Through the guidance of our teacher, we were able to collect over 170 responses with the online survey from various people in our community, and the results were amazing," said student Brianna Duenas, who chaired the online survey. "With the women's focus group, students were able to engage in open dialogue with those who have experience with treatment centers on Guam as well as those in the working profession."
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