Membership categories change at NAATP
August 6, 2021
Membership organizations survive on dues. Without them, they die — and so does the advocacy they provide. Another name for advocacy — public policy — underscores the “public” aspect of treatment for substance use...
Your Website is Your New Front Door! The Importance of Engaging Empathetically with Website Visitors
June 25, 2021
I have found that most Addiction Treatment Providers are amazing at what they do. They are specifically focused on the health and wellness of people in need of help to overcome their personal demons that have consumed...
Filling Addiction Care’s Data Void
April 1, 2021
Two organizations, the NAATP and Shatterproof, are at the forefront of creating digital platforms to measure the efficacy of treatment centers It’s the black hole of addiction care—the vexing void. Talk to treatment...
The Vexed X-Waiver
March 26, 2021
Imagine if there was a health crisis of epidemic proportions that was taking place right now in our country, and that, so very fortunately, there was a scientifically proven solution that would help save lives. Federal...
SAMHSA National Helpline: Impacts of the Search Results Banner
March 9, 2021
The top section of the Google search results page was replaced by a large banner showing a SAMHSA (Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration) addiction hotline number in June of 2020. SAMHSA is a...
Finding Opportunity in the Face of Rising Acuity
February 12, 2021
Three NAATP Members Innovate to Reduce Safety Events
The End of the Beginning
February 3, 2021
Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Winston Churchill, November 10, 1942
Social Determinants of Mental Health and the Emerging Face of the Opioid Crisis
January 28, 2021
When America Gets a Cold, The African American Community Gets Pneumonia"
Public Policy Advocacy in Your State: Interview with KC Gooding
January 15, 2021
A special feature of our 2019 conference program was a National Hill Day, which gave NAATP members and treatment professionals the opportunity to meet with Congressional leaders on Capitol Hill to establish constituent...
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