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Congressional legislation promoting best practices in recovery housing, cites NARR

Titled the Ensuring Access to Quality Sober Living Act of 2017, H.R. 4684 (Rep. Judy Chu, CA) would direct SAMHSA, through the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, to publish and disseminate best practices for operating recovery housing. The House Energy & Commerce Committee held hearings on March 22nd on several bills related to the opioid…

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Ohio Recovery Housing – Annual Conference April 3-4, 2018

Ohio’s Recovery Housing Conference is designed to provide high quality educational and networking opportunities for recovery housing operators, people in recovery, housing experts and state and local policy makers.  This year is a “Time to Build” and attendees will be working together to develop strategies on expansion, sustainability, and advocacy for recovery housing. Registration is…

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Ohio Recovery Housing webinar: March 6, 2018

Ohio Recovery Housing is pleased to offer an e-based training opportunity: Writing quality policies and procedures that improve operations and resident experience This webinar is designed to help recovery housing operators gain knowledge and skills needed to write effective policies and procedures.  Please use this link to register today.  Having well written and executed policies…

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Preview of NARR 2017 Best Practices Conference

We have an outstanding program planned this year. The week of October 15 in Chicago features two events — our annual conference (now extended to three days), and a special Sunday pre-conference workshop. Speakers and panels include: Keynote address by Dr. Kimberly Johnson, Director of SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment John Driscoll, Senior Vice President of…

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Sunshine State Beams About Recovery Residences

The 2013-2014 General Appropriations Act (GAA) directed the Florida Department of Children and Families (Department) to submit a report on recovery residences to the Legislature by October 1, 2013 Referencing studies completed by Connecticut, Massachusetts and Hawaii, the report points out that recovery residences are not treatment providers.  Instead, they offer recovery oriented housing and…

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