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  • Double Trouble in Recovery

    Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR) is a Twelve Step fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from their particular addiction(s) and manage their mental disorder(s).

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  • Drug Court Practitioner Fact Sheets

    $0, Free PDFs/ A series of fact sheets about important issues relevant in drug courts. Recommended for providers of services to people with substance abuse and mental illness (SAMI). Look for this title, "Six Steps to Improve Your Drug Court Outcomes for Adults with Co-Occurring Disorders." The series is produced by National Drug Court Institute (NDCI), National Association of Drug Court Professionals.

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  • Dual Diagnosis Capability In Addiction Treatment (DDCAT) Toolkit

    $0, Free PDF | This Toolkit is designed to accompany the Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment (DDCAT) Index. It helps service systems and organizations assess their capability (or capacity) to provide treatment for people diagnosed with a substance-use disorder who also have a co-occurring mental illness . 

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  • Dual Diagnosis Capability In Mental-Health Treatment (DDCMHT) Toolkit

    $0, Free PDF | This Toolkit is designed to accompany the Dual Diagnosis Capability in Mental-Health Treatment (DDCMHT) Index. It helps service systems and organizations assess their capability (or capacity) to provide treatment for people diagnosed with a mental illness who also have a co-occurring substance-use disorder.

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  • Dual Disorders Recovery Counseling, 3rd Edition

    This newly revised and updated counseling manual was written to provide a framework for mental health and chemical dependency counselors who take care of dual diagnosis clients. It is intended to be a “practical” manual that can be adapted to current counseling practices.

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  • Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA)

    Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA) is an independent Twelve Step self-help membership organization for people with a dual diagnosis. Membership does not require professional referral and is not dependent upon the extent of professional care. DRA is a fellowship of men and women who meet to support each other. Find a DRA group near you.

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