Resource #1051 - Overview Paper 3: Overarching Principles To Address the Needs of Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders
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Overview Paper 3: Overarching Principles To Address the Needs of Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders
Principles, by their nature, are consistant with a concern for the well-being of the clients and their loved ones. This overview paper outlines 12 overarching pronciples for working with persons with co-occurring disorders. These principles are intended to help guide, but not define, systemic and clinical responses.
2006
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•   Evidence-Based Practices (EBP-SAMHSA)
•   Series
•   Evidence Based Practices (EBP-SAMHSA)
•   Mental Health
•   Treatment
 
•   English
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•   Criminal Justice Professionals
•   Health Professionals
•   Treatment Providers
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