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Webinar - 'Florida Model' in California? The Do's, Don'ts and the Other
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The "Florida Model" of pairing outpatient programs (which are not required to be licensed) with sober living in order to circumvent regulations specific to residential licenses has of late become increasingly popular in California. However, regulators are objecting, stating this practice violates California law. If you have any confusion about the "Florida Model" of arranging residential facilities (and you're not alone if you do!), you owe yourself this webinar!

When: Wednesday, December 14, 2016
12:00 PM
Contact: Gina Meyer

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Join Nelson Hardiman and the American Addiction Treatment Association (AATA) on December 14th for our webinar "Florida Model" in California? The do's and don'ts. Learn more about the laws and legislative solutions.

"Florida Model" - the practice of combining unlicensed sober living with outpatient programs - has proliferated in California, even over the objections of regulators that the combination of these services violates California law. What does the law actually provide? When is it a problem to integrate unlicensed sober living with outpatient addiction treatment? Will we see legislative solutions to clarify or limit these practices? This program will clarify one of the most confusing topics in California and elsewhere.


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