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Mental Health Services in Addiction Treatment, Treating the Whole Client

This in-person presentation is part of ASAP's 23rd Annual Conference in Albany, NY. 

In 2020, about half of adults with a co-occurring substance use disorder and any mental illness (COD) received either substance use treatment or mental health services in the previous year. Extraordinarily, only 5.7% received both services. When untreated, people with COD face an increased risk of health-related problems and other consequences related to school, relationships, incarceration, and the exacerbation of one or both conditions.

Screening and treating mental illness and substance use disorders simultaneously, lead to a better quality of care and health outcomes for those living with co-occurring disorders. This presentation will focus on the four quadrant model of behavioral health as a conceptual framework for strategic planning around the clinical integration of substance use and mental health services. Further, this workshop will provide strategies for improving the organizational focus on integrated care, drawing upon seven dimensions within substance use treatment services to outline recommendations for enhanced mental health care.

CEUs are not offered for this training.

Starts: Sep. 13, 2022 2:00 pm
Ends: Sep. 13, 2022 3:00 pm
Registration Deadline
September 12, 2022
Event Type
Face-to-Face Training
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