A bill passed by the U.S. House and currently under consideration in the Senate would be the most significant effort to regulate sober living facilities at the federal level in recent memory.
There have been many news stories and other reports that suggest federal laws prohibit state and local governments from regulating sober living facilities. That is not entirely true.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee sent letters to the executives of eight call center organizations, asking more than two dozen questions about referrals, payment structure, disclosures, paid ads and more.
The Tennessee legislature has passed a bill allowing municipalities to require sober homes to post signage identifying their purpose, as well as a bill that cracks down on unscrupulous marketers.
A Legal Action Center expert says a recent settlement sets a precedent, indicating that refusing to treat individuals solely based on their addiction disorders will be considered discrimination.
Addiction treatment providers might be anxious to see AdWords sales re-emerge in July, but experts advise that there’s far more to consider in your marketing strategy.
As prosecutors continue to shut down exploitive sober homes and treatment center operations, new schemes are emerging that you should be aware of.
The Senate HELP Committee passed S. 2680 unanimously on Tuesday. Here's the absolute least you need to know.
The new Google AdWords policy requires a 12-measure certification process for advertisers, and officials say some of the finer details will emerge as the standards are put into everyday practice.
Behavioral health experts offered critical details to congressional leaders about the ethical and legal concerns that have emerged in the addiction treatment industry.
Actions to restrict recovery homes are often discriminatory, but operators must be cooperative and act as allies in the community.
The first report produced by a federal commission asks the president to declare a national state of emergency for the opioid crisis, while at the same time, it misses one obvious solution.
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