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Talking with Your Adult Patients about Alcohol, Drug, and/or Mental Health Problems

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A Discussion Guide for Primary Health Care Providers
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This guide provides clinicians with questions to begin discussions with adult patients about mental illness, substance use disorders, or both. It includes resources for patients who need an evaluation after a positive screening.

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August 2010

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