Dianova aims to promote a holistic perspective of addiction treatment based on individual empowerment, and raise awareness of the need to implement gender sensitive treatment and prevention programmes
Over the last decades, alcohol and drug-related disorders have spread dramatically and no nation remains immune to their considerable human and economic costs. Although rates of substance use disorders seem to be lower for women than for men, the physical and mental consequences can be more profound for women.
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