The National Study of Treatment and Addiction Recovery Residences (NSTARR) will assess the state of recovery housing, including availability, capacity to serve, underserved populations, and variances by community in terms of services provided.
The Addiction Alliance of Georgia, a partnership between the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and the state’s largest healthcare system, will aim to reduce addiction rates and improve rates of recovery through public education on prevention, training and clinical care.
Universal Health Services has announced the opening of Canyon Creek Behavioral Health, a 102-bed program in Temple, Texas.
Monte Nido East Bay, located near San Francisco, will treat adults of all genders with eating disorders and co-occurring substance use, trauma and psychiatric disorders.
Angele Moss-Baker, owner of Comprehensive Addiction & Psychological Services in Washington, D.C., has been named president of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, a national organization with more than 7,000 members.