Less Than A Third Of People With Serious Behavioral Disorder Receive Evidence-Based Treatment

News | February 8, 2018

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In 2016, less than one-third of people with serious mental illness (SMI) or serious emotional disturbance (SED) received treatment considered to be evidence-based practices. About 32% received medication management. About 19% of adults with SMI received support for illness self-management. About 10.5% of adults with SMI and comorbid substance use disorder (SUD) received dual diagnosis…

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