Journal of Mental Health and Substance Abuse provides the platform for an international forum to research a topic related to mental health and Substance Abuse and helps us to understand the effects of mental health, Substance Abuse and addiction on individuals, societies, and worldwide healthcare and scientific communities.
The Journal (J Ment Health Substance Use) aims to provide a platform for the research scholars, and academicians throughout the world to rapidly publish at a nominal fee, share, and discuss innovative, rare, and new findings that expand the knowledge in all areas of Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
All manuscripts published by Mental Health and Substance Abuse are made freely accessible online immediately upon publication, without any subscription charges or barriers. Minimum three independent reviewer’s approval and an editor's approval are taken into consideration for acceptance or rejection of an article.
Authors are requested to submit their valuable
research, Original article, Case reports,
Review, mini-review, Short communication, Opinion, Letter to the Editor, etc as an attachment to the editorial office at: email@example.com or
Related Topics and Keywords
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