MNCAMH research briefs offers an introduction to the Center’s research and evaluation initiatives. Together, these briefs can be used as a tool for community-wide dissemination of research results that support MNCAMH training and raise public awareness of issues related to mental health, substance abuse, and treatment of CODs.
Treatment of Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Preparedness of Social Workers and Alcohol and Drug Counselors in Minnesota
Of the 9.2 million Americans with co-occurring mental health and substance
Integration of Mental Health and Primary Care: Barriers, Strategies, and Recommendations
Individuals with serious mental illness have a life expectancy up to 30 years shorter than those in the general population
The Minnesota 10 by 10 initiative, led by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, has set a goal to increase the life expectancy of individuals with SMI by 10 years,
Peer-reviewed journal articles present cutting-edge findings and make MNCAMH research relevant for a variety of interested audiences.
Provider Preparedness for Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders: Comparison of Social Workers and Alcohol and Drug Counselors
Colleen M. Fisher, Jennifer Simmelink McCleary, Peter Dimock & Julie Rohovit
Social Work Education: The International Journal
Opportunities for Integrating Physical Health Within Assertive Community Treatment Teams: Results from Practitioner Focus Groups
Piper S. Meyer-Kalos, Michael G. Lee, Lynette M. Studer, Tanya A. Line, Colleen M. Fisher
Community Menatal Health Journal