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Five programs that should be on your radar

February 3, 2015
by Julia Brown
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Stay informed on what's happening in the industry with these useful updates.

American Addiction Centers has launched its Behavioral Health Academic Scholarship program. The program will provide $100,000 to new and graduate students pursuing careers in behavioral health and addiction-related studies.

The Healing Place of Huntington, a residential facility for men in West Virginia, has announced plans to establish a 100-bed treatment facility for women in Kanawha County.

Rogers Behavioral Health System has announced plans to open two new obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety treatment centers in Chicago and Nashville in mid-2015. 

Cenpatico of Arizona, in partnership with University of Arizona Health Plan, has been selected by the Arizona Division of Behavioral Health Services to be the Regional Behavioral Health Authority for the new southern geographic service area.

Chapter House Sober Living is now accepting residents into its new young adult male sober living environment in North Dallas, which focuses on the failure-to-launch population of young men with chemical dependency.