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“The fallout from an ongoing investigation into insurance fraud and related practices in South Florida’s recovery homes and primary treatment centers is having a beneficial effect for leaders of the national association promoting standards of operation for sober residences.
Just more than a month after the first of perhaps several raids on Florida recovery home operators by state and federal authorities, the National Association of Recovery Residences (NARR) will host its inaugural summit on best practices for the industry, Oct. 17-19 in Atlanta. “I think we’re going to see more Florida people coming up,” says Beth Fisher, who chairs NARR’s standards committee and is a past president of the association…” Click here to read the rest>
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