Dual Diagnosis topic-based curriculum and statewide initiatives to support people with intellectual disability and autism who have mental health needs.

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The Dual Diagnosis Curriculum is part of a joint initiative of The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) and the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) to address the needs of people who have an intellectual disability as well as mental health challenges.

If you are coming to this course for the first time, please access the 2019 Dual Diagnosis Curriculum courseYou will need to be logged in with any Professional MyODP role.

If you are coming to this course as a returning student who did not pass one of the module's in last year's course, you may retake the course in the 2019 Dual Diagnosis Curriculum.

If you are coming to this course as a returning student who is still progressing in last year's course, you may continue your progress in this course.


The Dual Diagnosis Curriculum is part of a joint initiative of The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) and the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) to address the needs of people who have an intellectual disability as well as mental health challenges.

If you are coming to this course for the first time, please follow all instructions to complete the Dual Diagnosis Curriculum. You will need to be logged in with any Professional MyODP role.

If you are coming to this course as a returning student who did not pass one of the module's in last year's course, you may retake the Dual Diagnosis Curriculum through this course.

If you are coming to this course as a returning student who is still progressing in last year's course, you may continue your progress in the 2018 Dual Diagnosis Curriculum course.