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Implementing dual diagnosis services for clients with severe mental illness.
After 20 years of development and research, dual diagnosis services for clients with severe mental illness are emerging as an evidence-based practice. Effective dual diagnosis programs combine mentalExpand
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The New Hampshire study of supported employment for people with severe mental illness.
This study compared supported employment services in 2 contrasting programs: (a) Group Skills Training, a professional rehabilitation agency outside of the mental health center that providedExpand
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Implementing evidence-based practices for persons with severe mental illnesses.
Extensive empirical research, summarized in several reviews and codified in practice guidelines, recommendations, and algorithms, demonstrates that several pharmacological and psychosocialExpand
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The Hartford study of supported employment for persons with severe mental illness.
The authors compared 3 approaches to vocational rehabilitation for severe mental illness (SMI): the individual placement and support (IPS) model of supported employment, a psychosocial rehabilitationExpand
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Implementing Dual Diagnosis Services for Clients With Severe Mental Illness
After 20 years of development and research, dual diagnosis services for clients with severe mental illness are emerging as an evidencebased practice. Effective dual diagnosis programs combine mentalExpand
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Assertive community treatment for patients with co-occurring severe mental illness and substance use disorder: a clinical trial.
Integrated mental health and substance abuse treatment within an assertive community treatment (ACT) approach was compared to that within a standard case management approach for 223 patients withExpand
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Recent trends in antipsychotic combination therapy of schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder: implications for state mental health policy.
Little is known about antipsychotic combination therapy, although this practice is becoming increasingly common in the treatment of schizophrenia. Medicaid pharmaceutical claims for a cohort of 836Expand
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Family support and substance use outcomes for persons with mental illness and substance use disorders.
  • R. Clark
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Schizophrenia bulletin
  • 2001
This paper explores the relationship between direct support from family members and friends and substance use outcomes for people with co-occurring severe mental illness and substance use disorders.Expand
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The course, treatment, and outcome of substance disorder in persons with severe mental illness.
Individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and severe mental illness are particularly vulnerable to negative outcomes. This paper reviews findings on the longitudinal course of dual disorders inExpand
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Benzodiazepine prescription practices and substance abuse in persons with severe mental illness.
BACKGROUND Benzodiazepines have many benefits for persons with severe mental disorders, but they may also lead to or exacerbate substance abuse. An American Psychiatric Association taskforceExpand
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