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May 1, 2010
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TheraQuick

TheraQuick is a state-of-the-art practice management program for mental health practitioners who want an easy-to-use program without sacrificing power and flexibility. TheraQuick offers a rich and comprehensive feature set with unparalleled ease of use. TheraQuick allows users to track client sessions and accounts, perform billing with professional custom statements, prepare paper or electronic insurance claims, process credit cards, and more-all with automation and simplicity. For more information, visit

http://www.TheraQuick.com.

UNI/CARE Systems, Inc.

UNI/CARE is the partner for progressive, technology-astute Health and Human Services organizations. UNI/CARE's Pro-Filer is a Microsoft .NET certified Electronic Health Record enabling organizations to service multiple domains within a connected continuum of care environment. Pro-Filer seamlessly converts the consumer paper record and diverse HHS functions into an enterprise solution supporting clinical data management (CCD/CCR), revenue cycles, CPOE, PHRs, and HIE. Aligning with Microsoft's Connected HHS Framework, Pro-Filer uses a Service Oriented Architecture. Visit

http://www.unicaresys.com.

Adolescent Treatment Centers

Aspen Education Group

Aspen Education Group is a provider of therapeutic education programs for adolescents struggling with behavioral and emotional issues that interfere with their performance in school, at home, and in life. Aspen's services range from short-term intervention programs to residential treatment, and include a variety of therapeutic settings such as boarding schools and outdoor behavioral health programs. Aspen is a member of CRC Health Group, a comprehensive network of specialized behavioral healthcare services. Learn more at

http://www.aspeneducation.com.

Chestnut Health Systems

Chestnut's nationally recognized youth treatment programs continually work to improve service outcomes through collaborations with Lighthouse Institute, Chestnut's applied behavioral research division. Since 1985, Chestnut has offered a full continuum of substance abuse treatment services for adolescents ages 13 through 18. Outpatient, intensive outpatient and gender-specific inpatient services are available at Chestnut's 54-bed facility in Bloomington, Illinois, or its 42-bed facility in Maryville, Illinois. For more information, please call (888) 924-3786 or visit

http://www.chestnut.org.

The Right Step

With 20 years of experience, The Right Step is one of the country's greatest values in addiction treatment. Its adolescent residential program, located in its DFW center, was developed to provide for the specific needs of youths ranging from 13 to 17 years. The Adolescent IOP program (offered at 12 locations) is a clinically proven eight-week session during which adolescents spend 9 to 10 hours each week under the supervision and guidance of licensed counselors. Visit

http://www.rightstep.com.

Willow Springs Center

Willow Springs Center is a residential treatment center for children and adolescents ages 5 to 17, currently with 20 beds dedicated to primary chemical dependency for ages 13 to 17. The Ascent Program at Willow Springs Center is a newly redesigned, Matrix-trained, substance abuse residential treatment program to help patients in a safe, therapeutic and dedicated environment. Patients live in a specific unit under the care of a multidimensional treatment team and a 24-hour medical staff. Visit

http://www.willowspringsmediapsi.com.

The next issue's product/service center will focus on drug testing and online assessment and treatment tools. To participate in these sections, e-mail lbarba@vendomegrp.com.

Addiction Professional 2010 May-June;8(3):47

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