Clinical Tool Type: Practice Brief

Our clinical tools bridge research and practice by taking "what" and translating it into "how." We have field-tested these tools ourselves, know that they work and will help you enhance your practice. Two new clinical tools have been recently added. How Person-Centered is my Practice?: A Tool for Practitioner Self-Reflection Non-Binary Gender Identities : Providing Affirmative Care

Integration of Mental Health and Primary Care

One of the many factors contributing to shorter life expectancy for individuals with serious mental illness is that they receive poor primary and preventative healthcare. This practice brief describes a Center study that elicited information from Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) practitioners identifying barriers to the integration of mental health and primary care. Recommendations for enhancing collaboration between primary health care and mental health care services are suggested.
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Guide to Goal Setting and Tracking

Identifying and setting personal goalposts are important foundations of recovery from mental illness and substance abuse. Goals provide a sense of purpose, meaning, identity and hope.
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Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Guiding Principles and Recovery Strategies in Integrated Care (Part 2)

These two practice briefs introduce eight core principles that have proven essential in providing comprehensive and integrated treatment for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.
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Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Guiding Principles and Recovery Strategies in Integrated Care (Part 1)

These two practice briefs introduce eight core principles that have proven essential in providing comprehensive and integrated treatment for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.
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