Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network

Outreach & Advocacy
It’s through advocacy and public awareness that we reduce the stigma that is associated with co-occurring disorders. At the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network, we participate in advocating for better treatment standards for individuals with co-occurring disorders. We work with chemical dependency, mental health, consumer and family advocacy organizations to educate and publicize the need for more services that are appropriate for co-occurring disorders. Our mission is to enhance recovery…
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Statewide Task Force
Co-Occurrence: Bridging the Gap for Change, The Next Step Statewide Task Force On Dual Diagnosis Final Report And Recommendations “The Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network, with the endorsement of the Tennessee Mental Health Planning Council and other major groups and governmental bodies, convened the Task Force on Co-occurring Disorders from November 2001 through January 2002. The task force was comprised of seven regional work groups with 144 committed individuals across…
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Self-Help Support Groups
Self-help support groups, such as Dual Recovery Anonymous, offer environments that promote recovery and healing from illness, emotional support and acceptance, and enable people to develop trust and explore illnesses openly and honestly. Joining a self-help group is a way of providing support and encouragement to maintain the path of recovery. It is important to choose the self-help group that is right for you and one that best fits your needs. Going regularly should become an important…
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Training & Education
Through its Training Institute, DDRN offers many opportunities for professional, consumers, and family members to learn about the latest research and services available. Since its inception, DDRN has offered over 100 day-long workshops, as well as numerous state, regional and national conferences. Staff is available for formal and informal consultation throughout the United States, and training can be customized to meet an organization’s needs. We are licensed by the National…
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Outreach & Advocacy

It’s through advocacy and public awareness that we reduce the stigma that is associated with co-occurring disorders. At the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network, we participate in advocating for better treatment standards for individuals with co-occurring disorders. We work with chemical dependency, mental health, consumer and family advocacy organizations to educate and publicize the need for […]

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Statewide Task Force

Co-Occurrence: Bridging the Gap for Change, The Next Step Statewide Task Force On Dual Diagnosis Final Report And Recommendations “The Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network, with the endorsement of the Tennessee Mental Health Planning Council and other major groups and governmental bodies, convened the Task Force on Co-occurring Disorders from November 2001 through January 2002. The […]

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Self-Help Support Groups

Self-help support groups, such as Dual Recovery Anonymous, offer environments that promote recovery and healing from illness, emotional support and acceptance, and enable people to develop trust and explore illnesses openly and honestly. Joining a self-help group is a way of providing support and encouragement to maintain the path of recovery. It is important to […]

Read Article

Training & Education

Through its Training Institute, DDRN offers many opportunities for professional, consumers, and family members to learn about the latest research and services available. Since its inception, DDRN has offered over 100 day-long workshops, as well as numerous state, regional and national conferences. Staff is available for formal and informal consultation throughout the United States, and […]

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