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Queensland Health Dual Diagnosis Policy

State of Queensland; Queensland Health Country Resources Mental Health Policies, Substance Abuse Policies Queensland 1 September 2008 Policy document alcohol, mental health service, substance use

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this is the Queensland Health's policy on service delivery for people with dual diagnosis (co-occurring mental health and alcohol and other drug problems). This document outlines principles and responsibilities in providing effective services for people with dual diagnosis.


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