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Correlates of alcohol-related help seeking were studied in women sexual assault survivors who were current problem drinkers (N = 526) in a large metropolitan area in 2002-2003. Volunteer participants completed several valid and reliable instruments, which assessed alcohol use and misuse and related help seeking (i.e., the TWEAK, GFM, and MAST). Data were analyzed using logistic regression models. Results suggest that correlates of women survivors’ alcohol-related help seeking vary depending on the specific source. Limitations and implications are noted and recommendations for future research are made. This study was funded by the National Institutes on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.


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This is the Author’s Original Manuscript. The version of the record appears here: Ullman, S. E., & Najdowski, C. J. (2010a). Alcohol-related help-seeking in problem drinking women sexual assault survivors. Substance Use and Misuse, 45, 341-353.

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