Co-Occurring Disorders: Key Resources

The most comprehensive, authoritative sources on co-occurring disorders and their treatment are listed below. If you and/or your organization are looking for quick, reliable information about co-occurring disorders:

Check out SAMHSA’s resources on co-occurring disorders. Resources include: CSAT publications; selected TIPs and TAPs; federal and private resources and information; publications, reports, and other contributions from the Co-Occurring Dialogue Discussion Group; and links to government, non-profit, and professional organizations. Another SAMHSA resource is the Dual Diagnosis Treatment Improvement Exchange

Check out the ATTC Network’s Co-Occurring Publications. Links to basic information about the people impacted by co-occurring disorders, how to treat dual disorders, barriers to and advantages of creating integrated treatment systems, and links to trainings, publications and numerous other resources relating to co-occurring disorders.

Learn about a leading treatment model for co-occurring disorders, the Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care (CCISC). Created by Ken Minkoff, one of the nation's leading experts on integrated treatment of individuals with co-occurring psychiatric and substance disorders, this site offers information and on the development of integrated systems of care for such individuals, through the implementation of a national best practice model. Includes a resource bibliography.

Join the conversation on the Co-Occurring Dialogues Electronic Discussion List.

Subscribe to David Mee Lee's monthly e-newsletter, Tips & Topics. Now in its tenth year of publication, Tips & Topics explores subjects and solutions drawn from over 30 years of experience in person-centered treatment and program development.

Consumers, check out Dual Recovery Anonymous and the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network.

See IRETA's Links page, a more comprehensive list of co-occurring resources.