A new study indicates that only about one in four young people with opioid use disorders receives one of the approved medications as part of treatment.
As a new 9/11 monument is unveiled, those in mental healthcare can make a contribution to the memory and heroism of that day through an indirect and symbolic approach.
The Freedom Center, and intensive outpatient addiction treatment program, will focus on substance use and co-occurring disorders.
A partnership between the Atlantic County, N.J., Sheriff’s Office, multiple treatment center operators and other community partners has created a mobile addiction treatment van.
WestBridge has become an innovative leader in integrated care for co-occurring disorders under Mary Woods' tenure.
A new white paper from Treatment Professionals in Alumni Services (TPAS) discusses the mutual benefits of diversified alumni programming for former patients.
Industries are not disrupted overnight. What should we be thinking about when it comes to next generation behavioral health products?
Providers should be working together, encouraging everyone to be their best and to get to the best evidence-based, effective treatment outcomes for those we serve.
The role of useful data, the reputation of the addiction treatment industry, and patient-centered integrated care were hot topics Tuesday at the National Conference on Alcohol & Addiction Disorders.
Presenters weigh in on the importance of controlling your organizational narrative in times of crisis, how to avoid payer audits, technology considerations and sober home standards.
The Recovery Centers of America Danvers location has begun delivering psychiatric services to its patients through a partnership with Square Medical Group, which includes a staff of 10 providers.
Leaders at Rosary Hall at St. Vincent Medical Center are using Uber to reduce no-shows in intensive outpatient treatment.
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