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SAMHSA position on treatment for individuals with co-occurring addictive and mental disorders
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It is widely recognized that people with co-occurring addictive and mental disorders are a large and significantly underserved population in this country. These individuals experience multiple health and social problems and require services that cut across several systems of care, including substance abuse, mental health and primary health care services, as well as a host of social services. None of these systems of care is, on its own, well equipped to serve individuals with co-occurring addictive and mental disorders. At the same time, new evidence is emerging from the research community about effective services that can have substantial positive outcomes for people with co-occurring disorders
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