The CEO of American Addiction Centers has outlined a vision for steady growth and a push for outcome evaluation that will demonstrate the value of extended lengths of stay.
With voters in four states now having approved legalization of marijuana for adult recreational use, many are anticipating an even more intensive advocacy fight on this issue in 2016.
Caron Treatment Centers is leveraging its expertise in addressing young adult needs by reaching out to universities that often take a piecemeal approach to substance abuse issues.
Deceptive online marketing of addiction treatment centers is about as old as the Internet, but one facility CEO says it's time for industry leaders to say enough is enough.
Offenders with co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders are the underserved group that is the focus of a new federally funded initiative in Massachusetts.
Observers wonder whether big-ticket deals like Acadia's CRC buy will ultimately lead to a national treatment-center brand
The deal would be valued at more that $1 billion and would make Acadia a huge organization, touching just about every angle of behavioral healthcare except private practice
Among the initiatives on next week's election ballots across the country, a marijuana legalization measure in Oregon seems headed to passage, while a similar initiative in Alaska faces likely defeat.
When approaching the end of a therapeutic relationship with a client, counselors need to confront their own feelings about losses in general.
Some additional funding partners have fueled a new round of financing for Addiction Campuses, which plans to convert an unspecified central Texas site into an addiction treatment facility by the first of the year.
NCQA's 2014 quality report shows health plans are slipping in their care of those with mental health and substance abuse disorder. The group plans to track new data next year.
An ongoing investigation of Florida recovery residences and addiction treatment organizations could be paving the way for a number of potential legislative and regulatory actions.
Sarah Sacks was uncertain about a logo design for her new facility, so she decided to solicit a world of input from colleagues and total strangers.