Social and psychological determinants of sexual activity and contraceptive use: a hierarchical analysis among youth in Southern Ghana
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Study conclusions provided sufficient information that a self-supported and self-governed group recovery home could be operated and function under the directions of a religious body, without government assistance. Current operations of the Agape House Ministry is the result of this phase. Completion of a social analysis survey of recovering substance abusers in a local treatment center, dialoguing with a recovering person, and conducting a study of two groups (recovering substance abusers & congregational members) provided the format for developing a simple study guide. Although Phase III was initiated with a survey mailed to 22 religious leaders, time did not permit continuous study. However, receipt of 7, out of 22 response, indicated that the membership of any congregation have the abilities to provide flexible services that are less expensive and useful to all involved.
Alema-Mensah, Ernest A., "Social and psychological determinants of sexual activity and contraceptive use: a hierarchical analysis among youth in Southern Ghana" (2007). ETD Collection for Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center. Paper 2.
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