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Behavioral Health Recovery Management Service Planning Guidelines: Co-Occurring Psychiatric and Substance Disorders
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During the past two decades, as awareness of individuals with co-occurring psychiatric and substance disorders has increased, there has been a steady accumulation of data to permit the development of both evidence- based and consensus-based best practice models for the treatment of these individuals. These ‘best practices” need much more study, but they are sufficiently well developed at present that it is possible to use them to formulate coherent practice guidelines for assessment, treatment, and psychopharmacology of individuals with co-occurring disorders. These practice guidelines are outlined in this document. Before delineating the practice guidelines themselves, however, it is important to describe the data-based and consensus-based foundation in the literature that supports them. (Author)
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2001
Peoria, IL
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