Governor Cuomo Announces $5 Million Available to Recruit Vital Personnel Needed to Assist New Yorkers Seeking Addiction Treatment Services

Funding Will Help OASAS Certified Outpatient and Opioid Treatment Providers Secure Approximately 120 Nurse Practitioners and 50 Certified Peer Recovery Advocates
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $5 million in state funding is available to support the recruitment and retention of Certified Recovery Peer Advocates and nurse practitioners to assist New Yorkers suffering from addiction. The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services will award up to 170 grants to certified outpatient and opioid treatment providers to help secure approximately 120 nurse practitioner and 50 Certified Peer Recovery Advocate positions across the state.

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Millin’s presentation on “HCBS Billing” at The Coalition of Behavioral Health a huge success.

The “HCBS Billing” presentation scheduled on January 13th and January 20th at The Coalition of Behavioral Health was sold out within hours of its announcement. Millin held the 1st presentation yesterday to a packed room of providers that are offering Home and Community-Based Services. Read more “Millin’s presentation on “HCBS Billing” at The Coalition of Behavioral Health a huge success.”