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21. Orygen

4 out of 5 stars
Australia, VIC Creator: Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health Last reviewed: 31/01/2019 Tags: Advocacy, Assessment, Clinical guidelines, Education, Families, Information, Mental health, Peer support, Prevention, Research, Residential treatment, Training, Youth

25. Mental Illness and Substance Abuse programs - Jesuit Social Services

Australia, VIC Creator: Jesuit Social Services Last reviewed: 31/01/2019

Review: Provides a number of programs targeting comorbidity. Includes subsidised intervention outdoor recreation programs for young people who have, or have had, issues with mental health and alcohol or other drug use. Counselling and online resources for those who have lost someone to suicide. Access to counselling, casework and advocacy support to marginalised young people.

Tags: Addiction, Advocacy, Alternative treatments, Comorbidity, Counselling, Early intervention, Harm reduction, Rehab, Youth

26. The Brandeis/Harvard Center to Improve System Performance of Substance Use Disorder Treatment

4 out of 5 stars
USA Creator: Brandeis University - The Heller School for Social Policy and Management Last reviewed: 31/01/2019 Tags: Addiction, Economics, Government, Medical, Research

28. Drug War Peace

4 out of 5 stars
International Creator: The International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) Last reviewed: 31/01/2019 Tags: Advocacy, Harm reduction, Law, People who use drugs, Policy, Women

29. The Deal Project - The University of New South Wales—National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre

Australia, National services Creator: The University of New South Wales—National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre Last reviewed: 31/01/2019

Review: 'The Deal Project' is developing an online self-help program based in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for young people 18-25 years who are experiencing comorbidity issues of depression and drinking at risky levels.  The program has passed through its trial phase with the results and evidence currently being reviewed by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. Many young people will find the strategies recommended, combined with a desire to be in a healthier space, to be a powerful way to make changes to their thinking and lifestyle. 

Tags: Comorbidity, Mental health, Research, Self-help, Students, Youth