The Future of Substance Abuse Treatment

March 8, 2014

I just received the attached from Addiction Professional Magazine, which, in my opinion, is a must read about the antiquated system of substance abuse treatment models that are employed and how existing RESEARCH needs to be reviewed and implemented.

Quote: [Integration] is not a gift to the mental health and substance abuse field. We¹re not being given something just because it’s fair, just because it’s our time, or just because there¹s a Democratic administration. You can¹t run the rest of healthcare if you don¹t manage substance use and mental health.

Me: Housing is an integral part of this equation as well. The best treatment outcomes occur when safe and secure housing exists. It’s a human necessity.

This is a great article that discusses Integration:
Integration demands highest standard of care

Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey C. Lynne is a South Florida native, representing individuals and business entities relating to licensing, accreditation, regulatory compliance, business structure, marketing, real estate, zoning and litigation pertaining to substance abuse treatment facilities and sober living residences. Mr. Lynne has been recognized across the region as a leader in progressive public dialogue about the role that substance abuse treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment for addiction and alcoholism as well as those who are established in their recovery.
Jeffrey Lynne

About Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey C. Lynne is a South Florida native, representing individuals and business entities relating to licensing, accreditation, regulatory compliance, business structure, marketing, real estate, zoning and litigation pertaining to substance abuse treatment facilities and sober living residences. Mr. Lynne has been recognized across the region as a leader in progressive public dialogue about the role that substance abuse treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment for addiction and alcoholism as well as those who are established in their recovery.

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