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Comparison of Act and Standard Case Management for Delivering Integrated Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders
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Clients with co-occurring severe mental and substance use disorders are at high risk of institutionalization and other adverse outcomes. Although integrated mental health and substance abuse treatment is becoming
a standard clinical approach for such clients, the optimal method for delivering integrated treatment remains unclear. This study found that integrated treatment can be successfully delivered either by assertive community treatment or by standard clinical case management. (Authors)
Journal
2006
Psychiatric Services
57
2
185-196
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