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Verslaving

, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 4–16 | Cite as

De relatie tussen verslavingsproblematiek en delinquentie bij jongeren

  • Henk Rigter
Artikel

Samenvatting

Verslavingsproblematiek kan op zichzelf staan maar is bij pubers vaak deel van breder probleemgedrag. Dit artikel beschrijft hoe de relaties liggen tussen verslavingsproblematiek en delinquentie bij jongeren van twaalf tot achttien jaar. Het beeld is complex. Probleemgedrag komt inderdaad zelden alleen, maar er valt niet één omstandigheid aan te wijzen die de hoofdschuld draagt en simpel als aangrijpingspunt kan dienen om de jongere weer op het goede pad te krijgen. Preventie en behandeling moeten zich op verschillende dimensies richten om blijvend effect te sorteren.

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