Canada’s addictions clearinghouse tackles the “concurrent disorders” behemoth

The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) writes: “Traditionally, Canada’s mental health and addiction systems have been largely independent and compartmentalized. People are often diagnosed with one disorder but not the other, resulting in a failure to treat both problems together. CCSA is working with mental health partners to address this separation.”

At the address below are links to the resources CCSA has generated with a concerted nationwide effort in mind.