Dually diagnosed patients' responses to substance use disorder treatment.

  title={Dually diagnosed patients' responses to substance use disorder treatment.},
  author={Matthew Tyler Boden and Rudolf H. Moos},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  volume={37 4},
Few studies have investigated whether dually diagnosed patients with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders (DD) respond as well to substance use disorder (SUD) treatments as patients with SUD do. Here we assessed whether male veteran DD and SUD patients with alcohol dependence diagnoses differed in the process and outcomes of residential SUD treatment. The main findings showed that (a) DD patients did not perceive SUD programs as positively as patients with SUD did and had worse… CONTINUE READING


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