dual diagnosis and other complex needs

Marel, C., Mills,K., Kingston,R., Gournay, K., Deady,M., Kay-Lambkin,F., Baker,A., Teesson, M. Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. UNSW Australia 2016

These comprehensive 2016 Australian national guidelines aim to:

  • Increase the knowledge and awareness of co-occurring mental health conditions in AOD treatment settings;
  • Improve the confidence and skills of AOD workers;
  • Increase the uptake of evidence-based care.

https://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/resource/guidelines-management-co-occurring-alcohol-and-other-drug-and-mental-health-conditions

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Drug and Alcohol Treatment Strategy Unit

Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Directorate, Queensland Health. 2011

Queensland Health Dual Diagnosis Guidelines 2011

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Strategy Unit, Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Directorate, Queensland Health. 2011.

Provides a range of materials to support clinicians in the management of individuals with dual diagnosis.

Queensland Health Dual Diagnosis Tool Kit 2011

Ministry of Health. New Zealand 2010

This 2010 New Zealand Ministry of Health service delivery guidance document provides advice to assist mental health and addiction services to enable the provision of more integrated care for people with co-existing mental health and addiction problems. It is designed as a companion to the clinical guidance document Te Ariari o te Oranga: The Assessment and Management of People with Co-existing Mental Health and Addiction Problems.ce, Service Delivery for People with Co-existing Mental Health and Addiction Problems - Integrated Solutions 2010.

http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/service-delivery-people-co-existing-mental-health-and-addiction-problems-integrated-solutions-2010

Todd, F.C. Ministry of Health. New Zealand 2010

This 2010 Fraser Todd/ New Zealand Ministry of Health publication presents a clinical framework to assist health professionals working with co-existing substance use and mental health problems (CEP). It is designed as a companion document to the Ministry of Health's guidance, Service Delivery for People with Co-existing Mental Health and Addiction Problems - Integrated Solutions 2010.

http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/te-ariari-o-te-oranga-assessment-and-management-people-co-existing-mental-health-and-drug-problems

For the Care of Persons with Comorbid Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders in Acute Care Settings NSW Health 2009

These guidelines have been written for practitioners working in the drug and alcohol and/or mental health sectors who provide care for people with comorbid mental health and substance use disorders.

http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/mentalhealth/programs/mh/Pages/comorbidity-report.aspx

Treatment Improvement Protocol Series, No. 42

SAMHSA 2005. (2013 Revision)

This 2013 USA national guide gives substance use disorder treatment providers information on mental illness, substance use disorders, or both. It discusses terminology, assessment, and treatment strategies and models.

https://store.samhsa.gov/product/TIP-42-Substance-Abuse-Treatment-for-Persons-With-Co-Occurring-Disorders/SMA13-3992