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SAMHSA Advisory, February 2011
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This advisory equips substance use treatment and service providers with information about eating disorders and their relationship to substance use disorders. It provides an overview of screening, referrals, and evidence-based treatments for eating disorders and lists resources for more information.

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SMA10-4617
Publication Date
February 2011
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