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Facility operator works to establish intervention fellowship

June 9, 2014
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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Costa Mesa, Calif.-based Solid Landings Behavioral Health and the ARISE Network are collaborating to offer ARISE intervention training to interventionists committed to assisting underserved populations.

The fellowship program is intended to cover training fees and related costs for the three-day ARISE educational component, as well as 18 months of post-training supervision. According to a summary from Solid Landings Behavioral Health, the program has been established “in an effort to reduce the devastating effects of addiction in communities where interventionist resources are scarce.”

The application process will be initiated by invitation, as opposed to being an open application format.

Solid Landings operates the Sure Haven and Rock Solid Recovery treatment facilities.

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