MOADD (Missouri Alliance for Dual Diagnosis) established in 2018, is a collaborative effort between Department of Mental Health staff and providers with interest in developing expertise in supporting individuals with dual developmental/intellectual and behavioral health diagnosis.
MOADD provides resources to assist providers:
- Be current in best practices
- Develop an integrated system to make agencies more aware of resources for behavioral health and DD available through Regional Professional Learning Communities.
- Better Outcomes for individuals
MOADD Mobile Application
The MOADD mobile application is now available. This app provides clinicians with best practice guidelines and approaches in supporting individuals with co-occurring intellectual, developmental and behavioral health diagnoses. The app can be downloaded from Google Play or iTunes.
- Summit Information
2021 MOADD Summit Information
- A Proposed Missouri road map For precision health in dual diagnosis (Developmental and behavioral disability)
- Prevalence Data and Principles For Interventions For Dually Diagnosed
- Best Practices for Best Care The Importance of Interdisciplinary Teams
- Optimistic Beginnings Panel Presentation
- MOADD ACT-TAY
- BJC Behavioral Health Update
- MOADD 101 Training
- Webinar held August 30, 2018 — MOADD Presents: Co-Occurring Intellectual/Developmental Disability-Behavioral Health Diagnoses 101
- Integrating a Trauma-Informed Approach within a PBIS Framework
Direct Support Professional Certification Training