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The addiction treatment industry today is a $35.2 billion industry worldwide. By comparison, in 2020 it was only about $7 billion, and we expect it to surpass $10 billion in just a few short years. Therefore, any legal framework that should exist for an addiction treatment center should be based on this core belief: treating those who are addicted with compassion and respect. In the last several years there has been an explosion in the number of addiction treatment centers around the world, including a huge number of addiction centers in the United States. Today, addiction clinics are located in almost every major city in the US, along with smaller, outpatient centers. However, not all centers are created equal. Many addiction centers operate as for-profit facilities, which means they are in fact attempting to make money, even if they are putting their patients at risk by subjecting them to subpar care. Therefore, if you are considering a possible treatment facility for yourself or a loved one, the best decision would be to look at the credentials of the individual or center, as well as their location and accreditation. For example, the National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence is a respected organization. They do not accept insurance as their standard of care, but they have received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Programs and Services (CAPS) and are recognized as the nation’s largest independent agency for accreditation of rehab centers. Therefore, they can provide you with information about the best addiction treatment center available in your area. While there are many private addiction centers available, you may be able to find a good center at a government agency such as the Department of Veterans Affairs or the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). While they offer some form of addiction recovery program, many are not residential, and others are not even residential rehab centers at all.