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Should You Talk to Someone About a Drug, Alcohol, or Mental Health Problem?

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This brochure lists questions to ask yourself to help decide whether to seek help for mental illness, substance use disorders, or both. It urges people who answer "yes" to any of the questions to seek help and provides resources for more information.

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SMA15-4585
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October 2015
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