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Treating Concurrent Substance Use Among Adults

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This guide intends to educate clinicians and other stakeholders about the harms of using more than one substance and consideration for addressing concurrent substance use (CSU) and concurrent substance use disorders (CSUD).

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PEP21-06-02-002
Publication Date
September 2021

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