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Substance Abuse Administrators' Attitudes Regarding Psychosocial Functioning of Persons with Single Diagnoses Versus Severe Dual Diagnoses

Substance Abuse Administrators' Attitudes Regarding Psychosocial Functioning of Persons with Single Diagnoses Versus Severe Dual Diagnoses

Journal of Dual Diagnosis 4(2): 126-141

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Accession: 063722455

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DOI: 10.1080/15504260802066786

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