An Integrated Study of Children Linked with Peer to Peer Substance Abuse Harm in India: A Case Study

Jasmine Tahir


Substance abuse harm is on the rise. Innumerable studies both at national and international level have come up with adequate proof of the same. It has been found from this study that around 70% of children live without their family both in Delhi and Mathura came to station to earn some money and fell into the habit of substance abuse. Whereas only 22% children involved in substance abuse, are those who lives with their families. This study clearly indicates that very far extent family gives support to the destitute. But these children’s own families still need to improve their condition as is evident from the data used in this study.

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