Treatment Programs Connected to Recovery Housing

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In a recovery house where treatment programming is offered as a way to support recovery, housing should not be a primary means of maintaining treatment.  Therefore, housing must continue to be available to residents even after any clinical treatment programs are completed.


It is highly recommended that organizations consult with an attorney with an expertise in health care laws regarding any arrangements between recovery housing and treatment services providers.  There are complex anti-kickback and anti-fraud and inducement laws that an appropriate attorney can help you understand and navigate lawfully.