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Co-existing mental health and substance use disorders

A co-existing problem occurs when people have a mental illness and at the same time use substances in ways that could be harmful. This is sometimes also called “concurrent disorders.”

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A co-existing problem occurs when we have a mental health problem and, at the same time, use…

Visions article: Alcohol Treatments

What does the evidence tell us? Chantele Joordens, MSc Reprinted from "Treatments: What Works?" issue of Visions Journal, 2015, 11 (1), Read more

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