This issue of Psychiatric Services contains six articles related to substance abuse services. Katherine E. Watkins, M.D., M.S.H.S., and her coauthors review treatment recommendations for patients who have a substance use disorder concurrent with an affective or anxiety disorder (see page 913). Dara A. Charney, M.D., and colleagues present the results of their study of the effect of concurrent depression and anxiety on six-month outcomes of addiction treatment (page 927). Christy Harris Lemak, Ph.D., and Jeffrey A. Alexander, Ph.D., discuss factors influencing staffing of outpatient substance abuse treatment (page 934). Katherine L. Mills, B.Hlth.Sc., and her coauthors analyze the costs and outcomes of treatment for opioid dependence among patients whose dependence is associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (page 940). Li-Tzy Wu, Sc.D., and Chris Ringwalt, Dr.P.H., address utilization of substance abuse treatment services among young adults in the United States who do not have health insurance (page 946). Finally, Katherine M. Harris, Ph.D., and Mark J. Edlund, M.D., Ph.D., present their findings on the use of both mental health care and substance abuse services among persons with dual diagnoses (page 954).