Welcome to the information hub for the Leeds Dual Diagnosis Project.
Here you will find information on care pathways including who to refer to and when to refer, local policy and protocols relating to care co-ordination, local news and developments, information around training and archives from past training sessions and information regarding the network including lead practitioner information and forthcoming events.There is also information for service users and carers. Follow the links above.
The Leeds Dual Diagnosis Project aims to promote evidence based best practiceto ensure that the best care is delivered to service users with complex needs in Leeds. We aim improve access to treatment and outcomes for people who experience co-existing drug and/or alcohol use and mental health disorders. It is a multi-agency network developed to ensure that services that come into contact with this client group are readily able to assess, engage and to co-ordinate care effectively.Our partnership includes professionals from a range of mental health and drug & alcohol services who have a shared vision of collaborative and integrated treatment.
The Leeds Dual Diagnosis Project facilitates a variety of working groups and forums to achieve its aims. To find out more about the structure of the project click here.