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Co-Occurring Disorders and Homelessness

Co-occurring mental and substance use disorder rates are high among people who experience homelessness. One study reported a 23 percent lifetime prevalence rate of co-occurring disorders for individuals who were homeless. Individuals with co-occurring disorders who are homeless face complex physical, social, and psychological challenges to recovery.

Click below to learn more about improving services for individuals with co-occurring disorders who are homeless.

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