01 October 2017 → 30 September 2021
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
- Orthopedagogical assessment and diagnostics
- Orthopedagogics and special education not elsewhere classified
- Other pedagogical and educational sciences not elsewhere classified
Addiction treatment migration accessibility
We examine social mechanisms and factors linking the cumulative effect of socio-economic disadvantage and substance abuse service disparities for users with a migration background. We study the following hypothesis: "disparities in substance abuse services arise when disadvantages in the health care system interact with those in the community system" (Alegria, 2011: 377) in a cross-case analysis of five treatment facilities.