Resource #599 - TIP 29: Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Physical and Cognitive Disabilities (Clinician's Version)
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TIP 29: Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Physical and Cognitive Disabilities (Clinician's Version)
People with physical and cognitive disabilities are more likely to have a substance use disorder and less likely to get effective treatment for it than those without such a coexisting disability. This TIP explains the issues in treating people with coexisting disabilities, discusses how to screen for coexisting disabilities, discusses how to adapt substance use screening for clients who have a disability, and examines treatment planning and counseling.
1998
 
Unavailable
BKD288C
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•  NPRC.599.TIP29.pdf
Resource Attributes
•   TIPS - Treatment Improvement Protocols
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•   Drug Abuse
•   Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring
•   Treatment
 
•   English
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•   General Audience
•   Treatment Providers
Related Resources
•   TIP 29: Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Physical and Cognitive Disabilities
•   TIP 1: State Methadone Treatment Guidlines