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Dual Disorder Guide

Dual disorder, also called co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis, is a term used when someone experiences a mental illness and a substance use disorder at the same time. Dual disorders can result in greater incidence of adverse health outcomes, suicide, unplanned hospital admissions, as well as early mortality. These patients are usually more difficult to treat. The Dual Disorder Guide provides a scientific, evidence-based background on the phenomenon, along with underlying issues and treatment suggestions.


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