Dual Disorders Research Program

The center’s Dual Disorders Research Program is a Social Work Research Development Program funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The center’s multidisciplinary research team addresses the facilitators and barriers to treatment among individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders (dual disorders). Three pilot studies funded by NIDA investigate stages of change, social networks and family caregiving in low-income women with dual diagnoses. The projects include the following:

From Research to Practice

Full Summary (PDF format)

Federal and State Initiatives on Dual Disorders (Microsoft Power Point Format)

State Initiatives on Dual Disorders (Microsoft Power Point Format)

A summary of research from the Center on Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Presented on May 6, 2005 – publication made possible with funding from the Woodruff Foundation.

DDRP Faculty

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