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This year we're celebrating your innovative spirit with the theme of "Innovation, integration, implementation: the business of behavioral healthcare."
Courses on Enrollment and Eligibility, Contract Negotiations, and HIT now available
Plan to attend the spring 2013 NIATx Change Leader Academy—space still available for April 24-25 at the Pyle Center on University of Wisconsin-Madison Campus, Madison, Wisconsin.
Alcohol free weekend: April 5-7, 2013
Join us in recognizing innovation, integration, and implementation at the 2013 NIATx Summit and SAAS National Conference in San Diego, July 14-16!
Join us in sunny San Diego for the 2013 NIATx Summit and SAAS National Conference!
The West End Clinic (WEC) Outpatient Addiction Services at the Massachusetts General Hospital participated in NIATx 200, a randomized controlled trial that studied the effectiveness of process improvement in addiction treatment.
As a research analyst for the County of Los Angeles Public Health Department’s Substance Abuse Prevention Control, Mandi Bane does research and program design and implementation. The best part of her job? “The end goal of helping people get into treatment and recovery services,” says Mandi.
Like many states, Florida shows how improvement efforts in one or two organizations sparked the spread and diffusion of the NIATx model across the state.
In Wisconsin, the STAR-SI project was so well received that the state Department of Health Services has funded it continuously since 2010.
ATTC report offers a unique picture of the SUD workforce.
Free webinar on hospital-treatment provider collaboration
How? Submit an application for the 2013 iAward!
If getting ready for healthcare reform is on your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2013, BHBusiness: Mastering Essential Business Operations will help you stick with your goal.
NIATx designed this yearlong learning collaborative to help providers develop business skills they’ll need to adapt to the changes anticipated with full implementation of health reform in 2014.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment has awarded NIATx a five-year grant to serve as the ATTC Network Coordinating Office in partnership with the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC).
Join NIATx and SAAS for another great conference: Innovation, Integration, and Implementation.
Thanks to all who posted, liked, and shared on the NIATx and Signal BHN Recovery Month Facebook Contest page!
Looking at data in a new way is helping Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System in Tennessee improve continuation system-wide.
This month marks the anniversary of the Wellstone and Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) Mental, signed into law on October 3, 2008. Behavioral health care providers welcomed this legislation. Group health plans that cover mental illness and substance use disorders must now provide those benefits at the same level as medical and surgical benefits.
in 2012, Horizon Health Services was recognized by Best Companies to Work For New York—for the fourth year in a row.
During National Recovery Month (September 2012), NIATx and Signal Behavioral Health Network of Colorado salute the treatment providers across the country who promote the message that treatment works and recovery is possible.
The Vermont Agency of Human Services sent seven staff members to a NIATx Change Leader Academy in 2010.
One NIATx tool that CAP has come to rely on is the Nominal Group Technique. NIATx change teams use this tool to promote group participation in decision-making.
High Point's MBHP clients tend to have complicated case management, social service, and care coordination needs. The variety of challenges they face affect their ability to complete substance abuse treatment successfully, leading to high readmission rates to inpatient programs.
Opioid addiction has become a public health crisis in Ohio, where deaths due to accidental opioid overdoses has increased by 304 percent in the last decade. NIATx has recieved a five-year grant from NIDA to study the impact of payer and provider strategies on implementing buprenorphine in Ohio.
The Adanta Group in Kentucky used the NIATx approach to examine its processes and meet increased expenses. The result: improved services and extra revenue for salary increases.
Partnering on change projects with other organizations that serve the same population, Kentucky River Community Care is taking NIATx to the next level.
Prevention program in Youngstown, Ohio, uses the NIATx approach to empower staff and improve programming
2012 SAAS National Conference and NIATx Summit workshop shares ways to reduce readmissions to high-cost services
We live in an exciting time for substance abuse and mental health treatment services. The changes underway offer great opportunities, but organizations need to rethink all aspects of how they do business to thrive in a rapidly changing environment.
Wondering what to do first to get ready for healthcare reform? Take the NIATx Health Reform Readiness Index.
This year's conference is just a few short weeks away, and we're very excited about our lineup of speakers, workshops, and networking events.
Nineteen of the 20 provider organizations that participated in the NIATx Opioid Treatment Provider Process Improvement Learning Collaborative, Cohort II, convened at the 2012 AATOD National Conference in Las Vegas, April 22.
Providers in the NIATx Fee-for-Service Learning Collaborative are learning to create and improve their billing systems and negotiate contracts with third-party payers.
NIATx has received a grant from NIDA for the project "To Test a Payer/Treatment Agency Intervention to Increase Use of Buprenorphine".
Thirty-one organizations representing 16 states are participating in the NIATx Partnering with New Payers Initiative.
Angie Maldonado, Program Director for Adolescent Outpatient Services at the Center for Drug-free Living in Orlando attended the very first NIATx Change Leader Academy in March 2006. "The academy was a real eye-opener," says Angie.
Join us in New Orleans June 19-22 for this year’s SAAS National Conference and NIATx Summit.
In February 2012, NIATx kicks off a five-month technical assistance project that will work to improve collaboration between community-based primary care and behavioral health in Wisconsin.
Twenty providers from 12 states are participating in the second round of the NIATx Opioid Treatment Provider Process Improvement Learning Collaborative. The promising practices that emerged from the first round are helping this group of providers reduce time to first medication dose and increase retention in treatment.
The Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) provides statewide leadership for alcohol and other drug addiction prevention and treatment.
In our latest publication, The NIATx Model: Process Improvement for Behavioral Health, Dave Gustafson teams with Kim Johnson to offer an overview of the easy-to-implement approach to improving your services and your organization’s bottom line—at the same time.
The success of the NIATx model in substance abuse and mental health treatment settings sparked an increase in projects in other human services areas in 2011: aging, criminal justice, HIV/AIDS, and programs for pregnant and parenting women. NIATx also introduced process improvement to several state agencies in our home state of Wisconsin.
Vincent J. had the choice between incarceration or substance abuse treatment offered by the Ayer Concord Drug Court Program (ACDCP). He chose treatment. Today, after completing the program, Vincent says, he’s “in a better place in my life than I have been for the past 32 years.” He recently began a new full-time peer support position at Advocates, Inc., —the treatment agency that provides the clinical services of the ACDCP.
Drug courts offer substance abuse treatment to addicted offenders as an alternative to incarceration. A walk-through exercise helped this drug court program identify simple changes to reducing waiting time and increase admissions.
NIATx is working with its partner initiative, the Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System (CHESS©) to help addiction treatment organizations adopt and implement health information technology.
Organizations from across the country have been selected to participate in the NIATx Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative, Cohort II.
CSAT, through a contract with JBS International, Inc., is looking for information to assess the spread and diffusion of NIATx beyond formally sponsored and funded NIATx projects.
In the first round of NIATx-SI: Business Practices for the Future, Fee-for-Service, treatment providers from around the country worked on one of three aims: to create a billing system, improve an existing billing system, or increase contracts with third-party payers. Check out the new Promising Practices that share lessons they learned over the course of the one-year project.
In a new NIATx project, the Medication Research Partnership, 12 addiction treatment centers in Pennsylvania and Aetna Behavioral Health will use the AR systems change model to increase the number of patients receiving medication-assisted treatment for alcohol or opioid dependence.
NIATx researchers share their study results in several recently-published articles.
NIATx staff presented on October 4 at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference 2011: Service Integration: From Client to Organization to Funding Agencies held at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.
The NIATx-SI Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative held a close-out session at the 2011 NIATx Summit/SAAS Annual Conference in Boston.
Evidence-based practices and how to implement them is a priority for many substance abuse treatment organizations. To help with this priority, NIATx has launched a new project, the NIDA-funded Building a Sustainable National Infrastructure for Research and Dissemination of Improved Behavioral Treatment Practices.
Read how this organization used rapid-cycle testing to reduce waiting time.
Dr. Jay Ford, NIATx Director of Research, has been selected to serve as a member of the Management Engineering/Process Improvement Committee of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
NIATx has launched an initiative to help substance abuse treatment providers gain research skills and knowledge and adopt evidence-based practices. With funding from NIDA, this project, titled Building a Sustainable National Infrastructure for Research and Dissemination of Improved Behavioral Health Treatment Practices will create an Internet-based network for research on and the spread of the practices that science has proven to be most effective in treating people with substance use disorders.
Congratulations to this year's winners!
Haynes, Assistant Director of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) attended the 2011 NIATx Summit/SAAS National Conference as a 2011 iAWARD Winner. HHC’s entry, the 2010 Blue Book, won an iAWARD in the Management Category.
Visit the Publications page on the NIATx website to view the complete list of articles published in peer-reviewed journals in 2011.
Gail Raney serves as Assistant Director/CQI Coordinator for the Prairie Center, a substance abuse treatment center with three sites serving 5,000 people each year in central Illinois.
This year’s NIATx Summit and SAAS National Conference offers a place for CEOs, executive directors, and agency leaders to share their revolutionary strategies at special sessions called CEO Roundtable Sessions.
Or play the spoons, bring your star power to National Advocacy Campaign Open Mic Night and Fundraising Event at the NIATx Summit/SAAS Annual Conference in Boston, Tuesday, July 12, from 6–9 p.m.
Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) is an ideal service for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). SBIRT improves people’s lives, reduces healthcare costs, and generates positive impacts for families and communities.
This year’s NIATx Summit and SAAS national conference marks the official end of the ACTION Campaign, and we’ve planned something unique to celebrate everything you’ve done to help make it a success.
Create a storyboard at the NIATx Summit and SAAS National Conference, and you could win an award! We’re providing the space and the materials. All you need to bring is your success story and your creativity.
MECCA Services was among the first organizations to adopt the NIATx model, as a grantee in the Paths to Recovery Program. Since then, process improvement has become part of MECCA’s culture. The agency participated in the NIATx-SI Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative, which focused on working with third-party payers.
The NIATx ACTION Campaign II launched at the 2009 NIATx Summit/SAAS National Conference in Tucson, July 29–August 1, 2009. With the Campaign coming to a close at the end of June, we like to share a few ACTION Campaign Fun Facts with you!
NIATx may be coming to where you are! NIATx researchers will be presenting at a variety of conferences in the coming months. Members of our educational services team will also be presenting at NIATx Change Leader Academies.
The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, the National Association of Community Health Centers, NIATx, and the State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) have come together with SAMHSA funding to form the Business Operations for Behavioral Health Collaborative. Its mission is to provide cross-cutting, high quality training, educational opportunities, and resources for service providers to implement efficient and cost effective business solutions.
As a grantee for two NIATx initiatives, the state of Florida became a laboratory for rapid-cycle process improvement. Florida participated in the CSAT-funded Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention-State Implementation (STAR-SI) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded Advancing Recovery: State and Provider Partnerships for Quality Addiction Care (2006–2010). Both initiatives applied NIATx techniques to achieve project goals.
Fayette Companies earns the majority of its revenue from state contracts, but has also been contracting with third-party payers for over 20 years.
Funded by SAMHSA, the mission of this collaborative is to provide cross-cutting, high quality training, educational opportunities, and resources for service providers to implement efficient and cost effective business solutions.
Help us celebrate everything you've done to make the ACTION Campaign a success.
Palladia/Project Samaritan partnership yields valuable lessons
In October 2010, NIATx and the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) launched a learning collaborative focused on helping Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) integrate substance abuse and primary care.
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) is the county agency that provides substance abuse treatment and mental health services for children and adults in San Mateo County, California. BHRS is one of several payers participating in the NIATX Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative.
Smartphones make phone calls, play music, take pictures, and keep track of your appointments. Now, researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are investigating ways smartphone applications can help people deal with a chronic illness like addiction.
Ninety practitioners attended a February 5 training to prescribe buprenorphine in an office-based setting. The training took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and was organized by the Caribbean Basin & Hispanic Addiction Technology Transfer Center (CBHATTC) of the Universidad Central del Caribe.
Spectrum Programs, Inc. (SPI) and Miami Behavioral Health Center provide community mental health, substance abuse treatment, and prevention services throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.
Happy New Year! We hope that 2011 is off to a good start for you and your organization. As you make your resolutions for this year, please be sure to add “Join ACTION Campaign webinars” to your list.
For Ron Gowins, Substance Use Disorders Services Team Leader at Denver Health, Behavioral Health Services, attending the NIATx Change Leader Academy in April 2010 was truly a valuable experience.
In February 2010, NIATx and representatives from the Wisconsin Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (DMHSAS) launched the Wisconsin Mental Health Collaborative. The main goal of the collaborative was to reduce unnecessary/inappropriate admissions and readmissions to inpatient facilities among the state’s persistent and severely mentally ill.
The Open Society Foundation has awarded NIATx a two-year $400,000 grant to prepare the addiction field for changes expected due to health care reform, parity legislation, state budget shortfalls, and the increased focus on performance accountability.
The NIATx Opioid Treatment Provider (OTP) Process Improvement Learning Collaborative concluded at the 2010 AATOD conference. Seventeen of 20 organizations that completed the project shared their success stories at a preconference workshop on October 24.
The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) and NIATx are partnering on a learning collaborative to give community health centers and their substance abuse treatment organization partners the tools and technical assistance they need to integrate substance abuse treatment services into their operations.
Nearly 30 leaders from state and county governments or provider associations, representing 15 states, met in Madison on October 20 and 21 for the NIATx-SI Business Practices for the Future: Fee-for-Service launch.
The NIATx Process Mapping project studied the flow of data in eight substance abuse treatment agencies for three processes: admission, discharge, and transfer between levels of care.
Con una nutrida asistencia, se celebró la sesión inicial del Segundo Ciclo de Capacitación a Organizaciones de base comunitaria de la Región Centro-Oriental de Puerto Rico en Caguas, Puerto Rico.
NIATx training for the second cycle of community-based organizations from the East Central region of Puerto Rico attracted a full house on September 30 in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
NIATx has been awarded a $400,000 NIDA grant that will focus on engaging the NIATx network of more than 2500 providers in community-based participatory research.
The NIATx-SI Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative is ready to launch with a kick-off meeting in October.
The NIATx-SI Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative is ready to launch with a kick-off meeting in October. The six conveners selected include:
Participants in the NIATx Opioid Treatment Program will be holding their closeout session at this year's AATOD National Conference held October 23-27 in Chicago. Participants will share their results from applying NIATx process improvement methods in their agencies.
The 2010 SAAS Conference/NIATx Summit attracted more than 700 attendees from all 50 states and Puerto Rico, setting a new attendance record.
The NIATx Puerto Rico participant Corporation SANOS in Caguas learned a surprising lesson in its recorrido (walk-through): lack of a sign identifying the agency was a barrier for new clients.
The Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative will give providers the tools and technical assistance needed to build their business systems and fully participate in third-party billing.
Dennis Grantham, Senior Editor with Behavioral Healthcare, posted an article summarizing the Federal Leadership Panel at this year's NIATx Summit.
Thanks to all who completed our ACTION Campaign II survey. And congratulations to all the winners of our survey contest.
Enter the ACTION Campaign II Promising Practices Story Contest, and you could win an all-expense paid trip to the 2010 SAAS National Conference/NIATx Summit.
Find out about the ACTION Campaign II promising practices for February, new team members, and a chance to win one of five free registrations to the 2010 SAAS National Conference/NIATx Summit.
The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) has a vision to provide "welcoming, affordable and easy access to person-centered addiction services for all." To help make that vision become reality, OASAS launched their new 100 Walkthroughs in 100 Days Campaign on December 1, 2009.
El Modelo de NIATx de Mejora de Proceso expande no solamente a otras áreas de la salud de comportamiento—más en particular, la salud mental—pero también a otro idioma y otra cultura en Puerto Rico.
The NIATx model of process improvement is expanding not only to other areas of behavioral health—most notably, mental health—but also to another language and culture in Puerto Rico.
Five multi-county ACTION Campaign/NIATx Learning Collaboratives have been established in California as part of the “Adopting Changes in Addiction Treatment” project.
2009 has been an exciting year for NIATx, marking the conclusion of several innovative programs and the beginning of new ones.
In an effort to promote the use of process improvement practices by its members, ASAP Texas has launched a learning collaborative to share ideas and success stories through monthly conference calls and membership meetings.
The response to the NIATx Accelerating Reform Initiative Request for Proposals exceeded our expectations, attracting many high quality submissions from across the country.
ACTION Campaign II seems to have hit a nerve. The number of providers participating in our calls has more than doubled to over 100 on every call. Because of the growth we have made some changes in the format.
The Massachusetts NIATx 200 participants gathered on October 16, 2009 to both celebrate their success in the project and to continue to learning about process improvement. More than 50 people from some 20 treatment provider sites attended the daylong event held at the Beechwood Inn in Worcester.
Above the Water House (ATWH) in Flint, Michigan recently celebrated five years of providing a sober living environment to more than 100 women. Virlyn Allen-Poe directs the ATWH. New to the ACTION Campaign II, Virlyn is interested in connecting with others who work to help women start the path to long-term recovery.
Our second national campaign is off to an amazing start! Participation in our twice-monthly webinars increases with each presentation, and we're glad that the Campaign is reaching so many more organizations.
CPC Behavioral Healthcare is one of the largest mental health agencies in Monmouth County, New Jersey, serving over 6,000 children, families and adults. Joining the ACTION Campaign has led CPC to adopt changes which increased admissions and decreased no-shows.
Assessment & Treatment Alternatives (ATA) is a non-profit forensic mental health clinic based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Implementing NIATx recommended changes not only resulted in improved show rates but has led to an estimated increase in annual revenue in excess of $100,000.
Read how Adam Brickner, CEO of the Phoenix Center in Greenville, South Carolina, applied what he learned from attending the NIATx Business Case Community of Commitment.
Dave Gustafson, Director of NIATx, invites you to join ACTION Campaign II, Financial Strength in a Changing World.
The Provider Toolkit offers new tools and more than 60 promising practices.
NIATx is pleased to announce a new, cost-effective training offering! Learn leadership skills, tips and tricks from leadership expert Chris Hinrichs of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Executive Education.
The Adopting Changes to Improve Outcomes Now (ACTION) Campaign has successfully met its goal to enroll 1000 substance abuse treatment providers, announced Campaign Director Kim Johnson.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has awarded $2.2 million in grants to six state-provider partnerships through Advancing Recovery: State/Provider Partnerships for Quality Addiction Care, the foundation's initiative to improve the quality of alcohol and drug addiction treatment in the United States by promoting the use of evidence-based practices.
In the four short months since its launch in October 2007, the University of Wisconsin-Madison-based ACTION Campaign to combat substance abuse has already met its initial goal to enlist 500 agencies nationwide.
The ACTION Campaign is short for Adopting Changes To Improve Outcomes Now — promotes the national adoption of proven practices for enhancing client access to care and their overall engagement in treatment. The campaign focuses on the adoption of one of three goals:
On April 23-25, 2007, the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx) will host the first annual NIATx Summit in San Antonio, Texas. Addiction treatment providers, payers, policymakers, and clinicians will come together to celebrate recent successes in treatment access and retention, unveil a national campaign, and learn cutting-edge practices to improve the quality of treatment service.
A new $11 million initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is working to improve treatment systems for addiction recovery patients. Co-directed by Research Professor David Gustafson, Advancing Recovery: State and Provider Partnerships for Quality Addiction Care seeks to implement evidence-based practices in addiction treatment through partnerships between state agencies and treatment providers around the country.
Advancing Recovery Partnerships working to improve addiction treatment success rates.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has selected six state-provider partnerships to improve the quality of alcohol and drug addiction treatment in the United States. The grant funding is provided through the Foundation's Advancing Recovery: State/Provider Partnerships for Quality Addiction Care national initiative, which seeks to promote the use of evidence-based clinical practices through innovative partnerships between substance abuse treatment provider organizations that deliver care and single state agencies.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) today announced the award of seven cooperative agreements totaling $6.7 million over 3 years under the Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention – State Implementation (STAR-SI) program to help states identify and implement methods to enhance individual access to and retention in community-based outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. The grants were announced during the presentation by H. Westley Clark, M.D., J.D., M.P.H., Director of SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, during the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) Annual Conference in Burbank, California.
David Gustafson, director of the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx), will present on connections between addiction and mental health at the 21st Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy on Nov. 3 in Atlanta.
Dr. David Gustafson, director of the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx), will present on connections between addiction and mental health at the 21st Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy in Atlanta on November 3, 2005.
MECCA Services announced today that the organization has been selected as one of 13 new treatment sites to join Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). Paths to Recovery is part of the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx), a unique learning collaborative designed to improve access and retention in addiction treatment.
Stanley Street Treatment and Resources, Inc. (SSTAR) announced today that the nonprofit health care and social service agency has been selected with 12 other treatment sites to participate in a project of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through its Paths to Recovery national program. The project is part a unique learning collaborative designed to improve access and retention in substance abuse treatment.
Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) recently announced that 13 community-based addiction treatment organizations have received funding to participate in a unique "learning collaborative" to improve access to and retention in addiction treatment.
Cornerstone Counseling Center has been selected along with 12 other treatment sites throughout the United States to participate in a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Palladia, Inc., one of New York City's largest and most innovative human service agencies with 26 programs and over 500 employees, has been selected to participate in Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).
Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced today that 13 community-based addiction treatment organizations have received funding to participate in a unique "learning collaborative" to improve access to and retention in addiction treatment.
Southwest Florida Addiction Services (SWFAS) has been selected along with 12 other treatment sites throughout the United States to participate in a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Gateway to Prevention and Recovery, a not-for-profit addiction recovery program in Shawnee which offers outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment services in Pottawatomie and surrounding counties, has received a grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) through its Paths to Recovery national program.
Vanguard Services Unlimited has been awarded a prestigious grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for a three-year initiative called Vanguard Initiative for Process Access and Retention.
The Center for Drug-Free Living, Inc. was awarded $3,343,000 in Federal grant funds to develop six new programs.
Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson has announced that Sinnissippi Centers will be part of the Strengthening Access and Retention (STAR) Program, a three year treatment initiative through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
The Axis I Center of Barnwell has been chosen as one of 10 substance abuse treatment sites in the nation - and the only Southeastern program - to participate in Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Brandywine Counseling, Inc. (BCI) has been awarded a grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through its Paths to Recovery national initiative, which is designed to improve the process of care in substance abuse treatment programs.
Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced today that Kentucky River Community Care, Inc. (KRCC) is one of 10 substance abuse treatment sites selected to receive funding and participate in a unique learning collaborative which will address organizational barriers to substance abuse treatment.
Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson today announced 13 cooperative agreements totaling $7.7 million over 3 years to improve client access to substance abuse treatment and retention in treatment. The awards are designed to help implement effective clinical and administrative practices that will encourage people to seek addiction treatment and remain in the full course of treatment.
Jackie Nitschke Center has been chosen as one of ten substance abuse treatment sites to participate in a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The project, called Paths To Recovery, is a unique learning collaborative which will address the organizational barriers to substance abuse treatment.
Gosnold, Inc., the Cape's largest provider of substance abuse and mental health treatment, announced today that the organization has been selected to participate with nine other treatment sites in a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
St. Christopher's Inn, a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment clinic and one of the nation's longest running men's shelters, has been named a national team member of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's (RWJF) Paths to Recovery Learning Collaborative. Out of the 334 substance abuse sites that submitted proposals, only ten organizations from around the country were selected to participate in this unique learning collaborative to address the organizational barriers to substance abuse treatment.
The Acadia Hospital has been chosen as one of 10 substance abuse treatment sites to participate in a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The project, called Paths to Recovery, is a unique learning collaborative which will address the organizational barriers to substance abuse treatment.
Paths to Recovery, a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced today that 10 substance abuse treatment sites have been selected to receive funding as they participate in a unique learning collaborative which will address the organizational barriers to substance abuse treatment.
Perinatal Treatment Services (PTS), a residential treatment program that helps pregnant and parenting women overcome chemical dependency and learn better parenting skills, announced today that it was awarded a $208,000 grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.