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“Florida Model” in California? The Do’s, the Don’ts, and the Other

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In recent years, there has been a proliferation of "Florida model" programs in California, even though regulators have emphatically asserted that it is a violation of state law to combine unlicensed sober living with outpatient treatment programs (which are required to be licensed). This webinar answers many questions: What does California law actually say on this matter? What is legal - and, just as important to understand - what is illegal? When is it a problem to integrate unlicensed sober living with outpatient addiction treatment? What are some legislative solutions in the pipeline? Will they likely limit the "Florida model" pattern? Will they offer clarification? The "Florida model" is easily one of the most confusing issues facing program owners and operators anywhere. Like much about running an addiction treatment program or sober living facility, things can appear deceptively simple or straightforward on paper and quickly become convoluted or contradictory in action. Pre-recorded Webinar.

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