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1 UPDATE FROM THE DUAL DIAGNOSIS NETWORK RICHARD BELL DUAL DIAGNOSIS PROJECT MANAGER

2 WHAT HAVE WE BEEN DOING OVER THE PAST 6 MONTHS? Continuing to develop and expand the network  Working with Adult Social Care and Prison Services  7 New services with Lead Practitioners – Stockshill, The Vale, Community Alternatives Team, Cottingley Court, Bewerley Croft, Spen Lane, HMP Leeds  Ongoing work to ensure all services across the city are appropriately represented

3 Working with LYPFT to implement Dual Diagnosis Strategy  Supporting LYPFT DD working Group to identify training needs e.g. legal highs  Currently supporting to ensure community services are engaged with the network following transformation Common Screening Tools – AUDIT, ASSIT, Brief MH Questionnaire, GAD7, + PHQ9  Delivered training to Criminal Justice Services and Multiple Choice on Brief Mental Health Questionnaire  Available on the website  Level 2 training will include these

4 Care Pathways and Protocols  Leeds Care Co-ordination Protocol reviewed and updated to match the pathways guide and service mapping against dual diagnosis quadrant mapping  Set up 2 new link working partnerships – LAU + MC, LAU + HR  Continuing to implement the Common Mental Health Problems Protocol agreed between Community Drug Treatment Services and Primary Care Mental Health – IAPT  Supporting other drug + alcohol services to work with IAPT

5 Service User Involvement  Dual Diagnosis Expert Reference Group established March 2012  Continue to support and develop the influence of the group in the project Website Update  Update the website to reflect the developments over the past year - Pathways guide and service mapping information linked to care pathways, common screening tools, resources e.g. information leaflets, useful websites, training  Currently visit services to promote and explain the website

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7 SERVICE MAPPING?

8 MOVING FORWARD - THE NEXT 6 MONTHS Karen returns November 2012 Service Evaluation  Recently completed a pilot service evaluation  Piloted 2 questionnaires – DD prevalence + How services support people with DD  Planning to begin a service evaluation of all services approx November 2012  Aim is to use learning to inform future development of services, DD strategy and continued improvement of access to treatment.

9 Service User Involvement  Build on the recent establishment of Expert Reference Group  Inform PR + promotion, case studies framework, strategy  Continue to promote the case study framework

10 Training  Currently developing a funded level 2 DD training course in line with ‘Dual Diagnosis Capability Framework’ (Hughes 2006)  The course is aimed at generic workers who work with dual diagnosis clients regularly, but don’t have a specific role with this group.  The content and focus of this course would be - 1)understanding and promoting the principles of recovery + the therapeutic relationship 2)providing advice and delivering brief interventions 3)performing screening and risk assessment 4)care co-ordination 5)knowledge of local services and partnership working  120 places available beginning in 2013

11 Thank you for listening Questions ?


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