Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT)
A New Life is Waiting for You!
If you are struggling with the difficult symptoms of a mental health and substance use disorder, you are experiencing what is known as a “dual disorder.” Left untreated, dual disorders often lead to challenges in many aspects of life, including medical, family and employment problems.
But there is hope! You no longer have to suffer alone.
Greater Nashua Mental Health’s Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) program is here for you.
Our dedicated team of providers are cross-trained in both mental health and substance use disorders. Creativity, flexibility and innovative thinking are important features of IDDT.
Recovery is possible!
Dual disorders are treatable. We are here to help. Don’t spend another day feeling that you are alone. Put us by your side.
Are you ready to change your life?
Find out if our IDDT program is right for you. Talk with your current provider, or call our Intake Line at (603) 402-1574 today.
Integrated Delivery Networks in NH are part of a first in the country project funded by a waiver from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. The purpose of the IDNs are to conduct demonstration projects to “Build Capacity for Transformation”. The project will go through 2020 and are focused on building a stronger healthcare workforce, increasing training and support for the workforce, and expanding health information technology (HIT).
NH’s IDN is divided into seven regions. Greater Nashua Mental Health Center is part of Region 3, the Greater Nashua Region. The regions are working to implement evidence supported projects around three areas:
- Mental health and substance use disorder treatment-capacity building
- Integration of physical and behavioral health care
- Improving transitions of care across settings