Substance Use Disorders
The compulsive use of substances despite negative consequences in life defines substance use disorder. Unfortunately, substance use is often comorbid with mental illness and are more difficult to treat. This searchable online library are collated for substance use disorders and offers hundreds of helpful resources. Check in often as new content is posted regularly.
Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach (ROPA) To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Clinician & A Peer Specialist On Acknowledgment & Addressing Of Recovery ChallengesInterviewJune 2, 2021Hear from Alison A. Carroll, LCSW-R and Dwayne Mayes, MS address questions from their webinar series on Recovery-Oriented Perspective and…
On-Demand WebinarApril 29, 2021This webinar archive centers around discussion surrounding stigma as is relates to mental health and substance use disorder. During this…
Downloadable ResourceSeptember 10, 2020
VideoJuly 6, 2021
Washington State To Launch Prison Alternatives For Non-Violent Felony Offenders With Serious Mental IllnessArticleJune 28, 2021
ArticleJune 21, 2021
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