CRC Health Group is seeking to demonstrate that systematic post-treatment support, even if provided by an outside entity, can benefit a diverse population of patients.
Lisa Finlay, Tom Callahan, Jacalyn Leitz-Sanfelippo and Ken Roy, MD are the recipients of this year's Addiction Professional awards honoring clinical innovation and excellence.
Parent skills training adds an important component to family-focused care in addiction treatment settings.
A plenary session presenter at next month's National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) is seeking order during a chaotic period of change in the field.
Justin Rodrigues' pursuit of treatment in North Carolina, followed by sober living in South Florida, has led to several professional and personal achievements.
In the first of a two-part series, Bill Current outlines the basic facts on how individuals try to beat a drug test and how treatment programs can stay on top of trends.
Bridgeway Behavioral Health intends for its comprehensive approach to care at The Farm to appeal to families and insurers.
The role and impact of investment dollars in the addiction treatment industry continues to be a much-watched topic, reinforced this month with American Addiction Centers' filing of plans to raise $75 million in an initial public offering.
Lawsuits highlight health plan’s shortcomings in operationalizing parity within their coverage rules.
Cumberland Heights believes a series of YouTube educational videos will speak to young adults who are comfortable with online media and fearful of a treatment experience.
A new policy paper from the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD) addresses several timely policy debates on opioid addiction and its treatment, including the merits of federal restrictions on the prescribing of buprenorphine.
A keynote presenter at this year's National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD), Mark S. Gold, MD, describes the enlightening path he traveled to his present focus on food addictions.
Clients affected by trauma need to be reassured that parts of their brain can work toward the same purpose.