Druglink article 1997 – Risking our sanity by Ira Unell

Mentally ill drug users are among the worst-serviced groups in the community, with both mental health and drug services often refusing to acknowledge their existence. This creates a huge scope for misdiagnosis. Unless services can recognise and respond appropriately to all their clients, they effectively exclude them. And this response requires a re-examination of the suitability of harm reduction tactics when dealing with mentally ill drug users.

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