Discrimination, Stress and Substance Use Disorder among Sexual Minority Adults: A Secondary Analysis of NESARC-III

Summary

The goal of this secondary analytic study using the NESARC-III database is to test a model of Sexual Minority Stress, with a particular focus on the role concordant and discordant sexual identities may play in the development of substance use disorder, as well as opioid use disorder within the context of institutional and individual sexual discrimination.

Status: Ongoing
Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH/NIDA)
Faculty Engagement: Sean Esteban McCabe, PhD
Category: Research