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Gender is an important lens to help us understand mental health and substance use problems. Understanding the whole, including social environments and cultural factors, help communities and service providers prevent and better respond to women’s mental health and substance use problems.

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Natalie Hemsing, MA, Nancy Poole, PhD, and Lorraine Greaves, PhD Reprinted from the "Workplace: Disclosure and Accommodations" issue of Read more

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