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The resources listed below relate to the topic of co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders. Persons suffering from a co-occurring disorder are more likely than the general population to become homeless.
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Selected Co-Occurring Disorders Resources
Adults with Co-Occurring Serious Mental Illness and a Substance Use Disorder: The NSDUH Report, June 23, 2004
Co-Occurring Dialogues (listserv)
Co-Occurring Major Depressive Episode (MDE) and Alcohol Use Disorder among Adults: The NSDUH Report, February 16, 2007
Co-occurring severe mental illness and substance use disorders: A review of recent research
Disappearing acts:The social networks of formerly homeless individuals with co-occurring disorders
Emergency Department Visits Involving Patients with Co-occurring Disorders: The New DAWN Report, Issue 15
Facilities Offering Special Programs or Groups for Clients with Co-Occurring Disorders: 2004: The DASIS Report, Issue 2
Family and Aftercare Model: A Comprehensive Treatment Program for Homeless Families
Incarceration associated with homelessness, mental disorder, and co-occurring substance abuse
Maintaining Medicaid Benefits for Jail Detainees with Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders
Male Admissions with Co-occurring Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders, 2005: The DASIS Report, December 13, 2007
Policy and practice implications of epidemiological surveys on co-occurring mental and substance use disorders
Reasons for Not Receiving Treatment among Adults with Serious Mental Illness: The NSDUH Report, October 3, 2003
Serious Psychological Distress and Substance Use among Young Adult Males: The NSDUH Report, Issue 3
Substance Abuse Treatment For Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders: Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 42
Suicidal Thoughts, Suicide Attempts, Major Depressive Episode, and Substance Use among Adults: The OAS Report, Issue 34
Supplemental Security Income/Social Security Disability Insurance (SSI/SSDI) for Homeless Adults Who Have Co-Occurring Disorders
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