Substance use coercion occurs when perpetrators of intimate partner violence undermine and control their partners through substance-use related tactics and actively keep them from meeting treatment and recovery goals. Substance use coercion is common among victims of abuse and is a barrier to victims' economic stability. This brief highlights research on substance use coercion, including potential policy and practice responses for the domestic violence and substance use treatment fields and for federal agencies.
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