Follow the money, Part 2: BH specialist care can dramatically reduce medical costs for chronic disease care, but payment system stands in way
Follow the money, Part 1: Behavioral care can dramatically reduce medical costs for chronic disease care, but payment system stands in way
The treatment center specializing in eating and co-occurring disorders for women and girls has announced that Chris Diamond will serve as its new executive director.
According to a new report by SAMHSA, adults experiencing any mental illness or a substance use disorder in the past year used 39.6 percent of all cigarettes smoked by adults.
Patricia Ryding, Psy.D. comes to Gateway Foundation from CRC Health Group's Sierra Tucson where she was previously the Executive Director.
Realizing better cost-efficiencies and outcomes is impossible so long as physical and behavioral care remain separated in practice
Peer support shows women the way to addiction recovery
Colorado-based treatment center shares its hopes and challenges for the new tobacco-free policy it will be implementing on Feb. 14.
SAMHSA's latest report says that substance abuse treatment admissions for addiction involving combined use of benzodiazepine and narcotic pain relievers increased dramatically over ten years.
Sound Mental Health’s team recounts lessons learned in developing a much-needed approach.
Dr. Seddon R. Savage leads Silver Hill Hospital's new center
Christopher Kennedy Lawford opened the 2012 NAATP conference with a simple message, encouraging attendees to help "change the story" of recovery to one that focuses on experience, strength and hope.
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