zCEBP-602369-IDDT_246pIntegrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) makes so much sense for improving outcomes. This evidence-based practice combines treatment for mental illness with treatment for substance abuse and is considered among the best interventions for people with co-occurring disorders. Make IDDT a priority for this priority population in your community. Find out how IDDT helps people through stages of change and recovery and why it works so well with Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), the evidence-based practice for people with SMI who are most vulnerable to homelessness, hospitalization, and institutional recidivism. / Register today for these workshops at EBP Conference 2014, sponsored by the Center for Evidence-Based Practices:

  • C-01 | 20 Questions: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to IDDT Clinical Case Reviews
  • C-03 | Integrating ACT & IDDT for Effective & Intensive Treatment Services
  • D-07 | Persuasion Groups
  • D-10 | IDDT Principles and Strategies Overview
  • E-04 | Implementing IDDT in the Veterans Affairs (VA) System: Lessons Learned–A Work in Progress
  • F-04 | Combined IDDT & ACT Team Leader Panel

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