Co-occurring Disorders Outreach (CODI)
What is the CODI Outreach Program?
CODI services include community supports to adults experiencing co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. CODI is a rehabilitation oriented service that integrates substance abuse services with mental health services. The CODI team works more intensely with individuals to build skills and develop resources needed to reduce harms associated with substance use and be successful in any of the following life areas: living, learning, working, and participating in social networks.
What services does the CODI offer?
The role of CODI’s outreach team is to integrate mental health and substance use services. Services provided include:
- Consultation and Assessment
- Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) skills training in group and individual formats.
- Case Management
- Individualized service planning
- Linking to services/resources
- Assertive Outreach
Who is eligible for the CODI Outreach?
Individuals must be diagnosed with a mental health disorder and have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Individuals must be willing to participate in intensive integrated substance use and mental health rehabilitation services that could not be met in a less intensive program. An assessment will be completed by the CODI team to determine eligibility.
How do I apply for the CODI Outreach Program?
Referrals are accepted from Psychiatrists, Physicians and Nurse Practitioners. If a psychiatrist is involved in the person’s treatment, they must be part of the referral process. Complete the Co-Occurring Disorders Psychiatric Consultation Referral Form and fax to 204-787-3283.