2018 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Recovery Catalog - 44

PREVENTION

INTERVENTION & TREATMENT

RECOVERY

An integrated, evidence-based

for treating nonsevere co-occurring disorders
Hazelden's Co-occurring Disorders Program (CDP)
Ideal for both addiction treatment and mental health programs, Hazelden's Co-occurring
Disorders Program includes all the tools necessary to meet the needs of agency leaders,
clinicians, clients, family members, and other stakeholders while striving to provide the
best possible treatment outcomes for people with co-occurring disorders.
FOR CLINICAL TEAMS

Updated for DSM-5

Updated for DSM-5

The Co-occurring Disorders Program is an evidence-based integrated treatment model
that promotes recovery by offering both substance use and mental health services
at the same time and in one setting, or by the same providers.

Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Program

Integrated Services for Substance Use and Mental Health Problems

integrated services for substance use and Mental health Problems

that promotes recovery by offering both substance use and mental health services
at the same time and in one setting, or by the same providers.

The Medication Management curriculum is a valuable resource for medical directors
and clinicians. It contains vital, current information about medication compliance and
other psychological concerns of the patient, issues of differential diagnosis, indications,
monitoring symptoms, dosage, tolerance, and withdrawal. Current evidence and consensusbased practices are offered to help providers make clinical decisions about medications
and their prescription. The accompanying CD-ROM includes information sheets on specific
medications and reproducible patient handouts.
Updated for DSM-5

Co-occurring Disorders serves as the overall program guide for the Co-occurring
Disorders Program. It provides the information and instruments necessary to assess the
seven key areas of organizational effectiveness as outlined by the Dual Diagnosis Capability
in Addiction Treatment (DDCAT) Index, including program structure and milieu, assessment, treatment approaches, continuity of care, staffing, and training. The accompanying
Updated for DSM-5
CD-ROM includes client-relevant research on co-occurring disorders, DDCAT resources
and implementation plan, a sample charter agreement, and assessment tools.

FOR PROGRAM DIRECTORS
AND AGENCY LEADERSHIP

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curriculum helps clinicians detect, identify, classify,

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disorders. It features interviews with the authors and
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CD-ROM. Tools for evaluating patients' motivation to change and a treatment plan

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