Substance Use Disorder Treatment for People with Co-Occurring Disorders

Resource Type: Guide
Year: 2021
Organization/Source: SAMHSA
Tags: Co-Occurring Disorders, Provider Education, Screening and Assessment

The term “co-occurring disorder” (COD) refers to the condition of having at least one mental disorder and at least one substance use disorder (SUD). This guide highlights strategies to properly screen, assess, diagnose, and manage the treatment of individuals with Co-Occurring Disorders.


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