Collaboration for Addiction and Mental Health Care: Best Advice

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA)
June 2014

Mental health concerns, substance use issues and physical problems often occur together. Collaboration among the three areas can improve delivery of services. To build support for collaboration, the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, the Canadian Executive Council on Addictions and the Mental Health Commission of Canada brought together a scientific advisory body to review current research literature, engage stakeholders and individuals with lived experience. The report produced discusses models of collaboration, key considerations for successful collaborations at the service level, and information on guidelines for evaluating collaboration among services and their impacts on client outcomes.

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