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The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation on Thursday announced that Youth Continuum medical director Joseph Lee, MD, will become its eighth president and CEO, effective June 28. He will be the first non-white and youngest chief executive officer in the organization’s 72-year history.
With behavioral health crises dramatically increasing, a recent Ohio event showcased solutions for improving care for rural populations.
The bill, first proposed in 2019, would eliminate the requirement that practitioners obtain a separate “X-waiver” through DEA to prescribe buprenorphine for treating substance use disorders.
LEARN Behavioral, which operates a national network of applied behavior analysis therapy provider locations to treat children and young adults with autism, has announced that it is expanding into Indiana with the acquisition of Behavior Analysis Center for Autism.
Hackensack Meridian Health has begun offering outpatient treatment at its new Retreat & Recovery at Ramapo Valley, with a 48-bed inpatient facility planned for the campus in 2022.

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