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.
Florida is now setting a precedent for other states with Gov. Rick Scott signing a comprehensive bill this week that will aim to reduce unethical practices in the addiction treatment business.
On Tuesday, federal officials executed search warrants at several California treatment centers operated by Sovereign Health as well as its San Clemente office.
The Alpha 180 sober fraternity is emerging in Austin, Texas, designed as a lifestyle support program for those in recovery.
Gov. Rick Scott is expected to sign a bill into law that will prohibit providers and recovery residence operators from engaging in deceptive marketing tactics.
A series of laws recently passed in New York City aim to curb predatory practices of three-quarter house landlords and increase protections for tenants.
There are signs that Florida legislators might finally enact tough measures to curb unethical behavior among notorious addiction treatment and sober home operators.
It has become clear that the expansion and protection of sober living and recovery residences should be near the top of the list of legislative priorities.
Transportation may not be at the top of the list when programs first open their doors, but those established in the industry say patient transportation is a key differentiator.
Sovereign Health has created an online article series that aims to shed light on the perceptions and realities surrounding “not in my back yard” (NIMBY) issues.
Simpler delivery mechanisms are making it easier for laypeople to administer naloxone in an emergency, but pricing of the medicine varies widely.
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