Co-occurring Disorders Program

CDP offers information and tools to help develop program policy, practice, and workforce resources to deliver the best care possible (in any setting) to all patients with co-occurring disorders. This evidence-based program includes resources for the full spectrum of stakeholders: program administrators, directors, doctors, psychologists, clinicians, patients, and family members. It is suitable for individual or group therapy, and residential or outpatient treatment, including intensive outpatient treatment settings.

     Evidence-based Program

Hazelden's Co-Occurring Disorders Program (CDP)

A Leader's Guide to Implementing Integrated Services: Contains complete instructions to help a mental health or addiction treatment organization's directors, board of directors, CEO, CFO, or other key agency leaders implement CDP.

Screening and Assessment: Helps clinicians evaluate patients with an effective protocol-driven method so that appropriate treatment options can be addressed with regard to each patient's symptoms, disorder, and motivation to change.

Integrating Combined Therapies: Combines motivational enhancement therapy (MET), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and Twelve Step facilitation (TSF) to engage, assist, and sustain change.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for People with Co-Occurring Disorders: Utilizes CBT to address psychiatric problems commonly found in addiction treatment settings, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Medication Management: Contains vital, current information on medication compliance, stigma, and other psychopharmacological issues, including ways to collaborate with the patient to prepare a medication plan and techniques to encourage a patient's adherence.

Family Program: Education, Skills and Therapy for Families: Uses illness self-management and communication exercises to help clinicians engage patients' family members in the healing process.

A Guide for Living with Co-occurring Disorders: 90-minute video that educates patients and families on the treatment of co-occurring disorders. It provides an educational overview of co-occurring disorders, shows interviews with people who have them, and discusses ways that patients can participate in treatment to better manage their recovery from both disorders.


  • 1,084 pp. of manual content
  • 505 pp. of resources (handouts, checklists, etc.)
  • 115 pp. of journal articles and research
  • 83 min. video
       Additional Resources

Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Behavioral Health:  Leading researchers from the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center examine the implementation of evidence-based practices in behavioral health and offer practical strategies for bringing these practices into routine clinical settings. (196 page manual with 578 pages of resources)

Addressing Chronic Diseases: Health-Management Strategies for Use with Behavioral Health Clients: Addressing Chronic Diseases helps behavioral health providers take a truly integrated approach toward treating the "whole person" by helping clients develop skills to prevent and manage some of the most common health conditions. Progression toward a healthier lifestyle is accomplished through a shared decision-making process between the client and the clinician.


  • 778 pages of client materials

  • 1-10 clinicians: $1,799 per year
  • 11-25 clinicians: $2,399 per year
  • 25+ clinicians: request a quote

Subscription includes:
All facilitator guides, client sessions, reproducible materials, and videos from the evidence-based program
Additional client education resources, including our most popular videos and fact sheets
Updates and expansions to content within the subscription, automatically and free of charge.

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