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  • "The Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy contains a number of implications for the treatment of comorbid mental health and alcohol problems (‘dual diagnosis’). These implications affect planning and commissioning, staff training, service delivery and integration, and joint working between services. For the delivery of dual diagnosis treatment services, a number of different organisations are affected by the strategy, including Primary Care Trusts (PCTs), Local Implementation Teams, mental health services, substance misuse services, Drug (and Alcohol) Action Teams, social services, and primary care clinicians. This paper outlines the place of dual diagnosis in the Strategy and its implications for organisations."
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  • This toolkit is a resource to help local teams develop strategies to address alcohol-related crime, ill health and other harms in line with Safe. Sensible. Social. The next steps in the National Alcohol Strategy
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  • This information has been developed to help mental health practitioners raise and discuss the subject
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  • Guidance Notes: How Cannabis can affect people with mental health problems
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  • How much do you really know?
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  • This leaflet aims to explain the links between using cannabis and psychosis
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