Sandra L. Momper, PhD, MSW

Associate Professor, Social Work

Dr. Sandra Momper is an Associate Professor of Social Work at the University of Michigan School of Social Work. She received her Ph.D. and M.S.W. both from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Momper's research interests include gambling, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, mental health, and health disparities among rural and urban American Indians. Dr. Momper is active in the American Indian community both at the University of Michigan and at American Indian Health and Family Services of Detroit. She also has 20 years of direct practice experience with African-American families and children in urban settings, as well as extensive experience in community organizing. Dr. Momper's goals are to extend her present research to further understand the impact of ecologic stressors on the risk of gambling, substance abuse, and long-term mental and physical health among American Indians.

Email | Phone: (734) 763-6578

Research Areas: Substance Use, Mental Health, Health Disparities, African-American/Black Populations, Native, Indigenous, & Tribal Populations,

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