Delivering community-based support for drug use and mental health disorders
August 18 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
A concurrent disorder is a condition where a person experiences both mental illness and a substance abuse disorder. Concurrent disorders can manifest in a variety of combinations for example anxiety disorder and alcohol abuse or bipolar disorder and opioid addiction and dependence etc. Experienced Practitioners will discuss challenges and best practices in delivering community-based support for drug use and mental health disorders.