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Severe Mental Disorders Support Products
 

Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT)
Far surpassing its predecessor in ease of implementation and ongoing usability in clinical settings, this updated and expanded curriculum is redesigned not only to more effectively teach clinical skills and provide practitioners with resources and tools for their practice, but to offer the guidance necessary to align the work of departments and transform agencies into integrated treatment providers.

Read the introductory chapter.

Illness Management and Recovery IMR
The core treatment and continuing care component of the Severe Mental Disorders line, this comprehensive curriculum is designed to help those with severe mental disorders identify personal recovery goals, develop self-management skills through education and training and work to achieve these goals by addressing smaller, more manageable segments. Each user-friendly module is centered on a skill or area of information related to illness management.

Read the introductory chapter.

The Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT) Recovery Life Skills Program
As many as half of all people who arrive at mental health clinics or addiction treatment facilities have co-occurring disorders. These clients need effective, integrated care for both their disorders--and they need guidance in preventing relapse and developing the skills necessary to maintain healthy, balanced lives.
With the Recovery Life Skills Program, professionals have access to a unique, in-depth group curriculum for working with clients ready to move on from
substance use and improve their quality of life.

Read the introductory chapter.

Supported Employment
Participants in an Individual Placement and Support (IPS) program are three times more likely to work in regular, competitive jobs than those in other vocational programs. The evidence-based practices in Supported Employment will give you the knowledge and tools born from the IPS model to help clients with mental health disorders obtain jobs with competitive wages based on their field of interest.

Read the introductory chapter.

Housing First
Research proves that the Housing First approach is more effective than traditional models at dramatically reducing homelessness among those with mental health and substance use disorders. This step-by-step manual provides a solid foundation for introducing the evidence-based Housing First approach--provide housing first, followed by supportive treatment services--into new locations, and evolving existing programs into those based on the ideals of the Pathways Model to End Homelessness.

Read the introductory chapter.