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Substance Use Disorder Case Management with Military Veterans
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) costs the United States approximately $416 billion per year in crime, lost work productivity, medical care and other social problems. In one study, the most common primary SUD problem among veteran admissions was alcohol (65.4%), followed by heroin (10.7%) and cocaine (6.2%) (SAMSHA, 2015). SUD treatment and aftercare requires case management which is frequently provided through the provision of social work case management services. This webinar will educate the participant about social work case management, benefits, most desirable treatment outcomes and associated challenges.
Inform the participant about Substance Use Disorder (SUD).
Educate the participant about social work case management, benefits, most desirable treatment outcomes and associated challenges.
Problem-solve several important yet intractable concerns and obstacles that surround the case management, treatment, intervention and recovery of veterans utilizing social work practice skills.
1 Substance Use Disorder
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