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Treatment OnDemand with Co-occurring Disorders Program (1-10 Clinicians)
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Hazelden's best-selling evidence-based program for treating co-occurring disorders, Co-occurring Disorders Program (CDP), addresses issues that directly affect clients living with a substance use disorder and nonsevere mental illness.
Flexible and easy to implement, the five client topics provide a comprehensive and proven-effective treatment protocol for your team. However, each component is also effective as a stand-alone program.
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- A Leader's Guide to Implementing Integrated Services
- Screening and Assessment
- Integrating Combined Therapies
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for People with Co-Occurring Disorders
- Medication Management
- Family Program: Education, Skills and Therapy for Families
- A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders
- 2,482 pages of material
- 90 minutes of video
- All facilitator guides, client sessions, reproducible materials, and videos from the program
- Two bonus video programs: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Behavioral Health and Addressing Chronic Diseases: Health-Management Strategies for Use with Behavioral Health Clients
- Access to our digital recovery library with over 100 recovery-related facts sheets on addiction, Twelve Step recovery, relapse prevention, mental and physical health, and more
- Additional client education resources, including videos and fact sheets
- Free, automatic content updates
- 1-10 clinicians: $1,799 per year
- 11-25 clinicians: $2,399 per year
- 25+ clinicians: $95.96 per clinician
This evidence-based program provides the information and tools necessary to deliver the best care possible¿in any setting¿to all patients with co-occurring disorders.
Published Year: 2016