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REPORT TO CONGRESS ON THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CO-OCCURRING SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDERS AND MENTAL DISORDERS

 

 


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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1 Serious mental illness is defined as having a mental disorder that resulted in functional impairment within the past 12 months.

2 Serious mental illness is defined as having a mental disorder that resulted in functional impairment within the past 12 months.

3 Risk factors, as described in detail in the "Prevention" chapter of this report, are factors such as low socioeconomic status or relationship loss and bereavement that increase an individual's, a group's, or a community's vulnerability to mental illness or substance abuse.

 

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