Co-Occurring Disorders (VASIP/COSIG)
In 2004, the Commonwealth of Virginia, through the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS), was awarded a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to enhance the screening, assessment and treatment of co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse throughout Virginia’s 40 local community services boards (CSBs).
This Web site provides information on co-occurring disorders, the Virginia Service Integration Program (VASIP) and Co-Occurring State Infrastructure Grant (COSIG) Project, and access to documents for providers and stakeholders. For more information, view the links below.
- What are Co-Occurring Disorders and Who is at Risk?
- The Virginia COSIG Project and the Virginia Service Integration Program
- 'Comprehensive, Continuous, Integrated systems of Care' for Co-Occurring Disorders
- Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders
- Information and Resources for COSIG/VASIP Participants and Other Providers
- VASIP Workforce Survey Information