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Hazelden is the leading publisher of evidence-based programs and curricula that address the specific needs of clients struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues.

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Co-occurring Disorders Program
Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Program

The Hazelden Co-occurring Disorders Program (CDP) is the first comprehensive treatment program for people with non-severe mental health disorders that co-occur with substance use disorders.

The program consists of seven components. These resources serve the needs of all the primary stakeholders who treat and are affected by co-occurring disorders.
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Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment

IDDT coverNo single program has had a greater impact in the field of behavioral health for those suffering from severe mental illness and addiction than Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT): Best Practices, Skills, and Resources for Successful Client Care by faculty from the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center.

An updated and expanded version of IDDT is redesigned not only to more effectively teach clinical skills and provide practitioners with resources and tools for their practice, but also to offer the guidance to administrators and supervisors necessary to align the work of departments and transform agencies into integrated treatment providers.
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Supported
Employment
  Housing
First
  Illness Management
and Recovery

Supported Employment coverParticipants in an Individual Placement and Support (IPS) program are three times more likely to work in regular, competitive jobs than those in other vocational programs.

The evidence-based practices in Supported Employment will give you the knowledge and tools born from the IPS model to help clients with mental health disorders obtain jobs with competitive wages based on their field of interest.
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Housing First coverThe groundbreaking Pathways to Housing model seeks to provide the homeless with independent housing as quickly as possible, followed by a team approach to bring other necessary support services.

Written by the program's founder, Sam Tsemberis, Housing First provides step-by-step guidance on establishing the program in a community or integrating it into established programs.
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IMR coverThis curriculum is designed to help those with severe mental illnesses identify personal recovery goals and develop self-management skills through education and training.

Illness Management and Recoveryhelps people with SMI identify personally meaningful goals and work to achieve these goals by addressing smaller, more manageable segments of those goals.
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