Non-Profit Research Project
The goal of this research project was to to identify the number of mothers addicted to prescription drugs in the U.S., Southeast Region, and Alabama. The results will be used for starting a foundation in the name of Mr. Bentley’s daughter with the goal of helping 100,000 mothers become addiction-free by Dec 11, 2030.
The methods used for collecting information included a web search, search of relevant articles in academic papers, contact with the director of the Alabama Health Department, and analysis of data provided by government and public organizations.
Summary of Results
This review of the data indicates that implementation of public health strategies should be improved to support the delivery of evidence-based care for women struggling with prescription drug abuse. Prescription drug use among pregnant women and mothers is a prevalent concern for both Alabama and for the U.S.
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