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SAMHSA: New Publication on Treating Concurrent Substance Use Disorders

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently released a new publication, “Treating Concurrent Substance Use Among Adults," which is intended to educate clinicians and other stakeholders about the harms of using more than one substance and considerations for addressing concurrent substance use and substance use disorders, includes an issue brief, current research, guidance for selecting and implementing evidence-based practices, examples of treatment programs, and resources for evaluation and quality improvement.

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