Elizabeth Armstrong, MSW ’07, is a doctoral candidate in the Joint Program in Social Work and Sociology. Her research uses multiple methods to identify organizational factors that promote efforts to address both intimate partner violence and alcohol and other drug use. She has practice experience in program evaluation, harm-reduction based outreach, and survivor-focused non-residential intimate partner violence programs.
"You Can't Just Get Up in the Morning and Do It": Bridging the Partner Violence and Substance Use Services Fields.
|2007||MSW||University of Michigan|
|2003||BA||Bard College Simon Rock|
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106