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.
Recent efforts indicate that the addiction treatment industry is looking to self-regulate rather than wait for legislation to catch up.
When staff feel safe and supported to speak up, we will get better results.
Scheduled to open in December, the center will provide treatment and integrated services for young adults and adults.
Facebook on Thursday announced that, effective immediately, treatment centers will be required to obtain certification through the online monitoring firm LegitScript in order to advertise on the social media platform.
Federal, state and local regulations, as well as organizations' own standards make patient safety a priority, but design doesn't have to be hampered to meet requirements.
The agreement will include the launch of a new addiction treatment center in New Jersey, scheduled to open in 2019.
Led by Alan B. Miller, UHS aims to avoid taking on too much too fast.
The 120-bed facility will offer detoxification and residential care for the treatment of substance use disorder.
Jim Caldwell, a longtime executive at parent company TRT Holdings Inc., takes over as CEO and president of the multilocation provider of residential treatment and continuing care.
The first class of certified providers now can purchase the industry’s most sought-after AdWords on Google after a months-long hiatus was instituted by the search engine giant.
While putting his own career back on track after a 10-year battle with addiction, David Vennes, MPNA, LADC, revitalized community-based NUWAY in Minnesota along the way.
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