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Are You Seeking Legal Assistance Regarding Your Treatment Center?

Whether you are a seasoned professional or embarking on the journey to construct a new drug and alcohol rehab center you will be helping to save the lives of people who have lost the ability to help themselves. Much like any other business, there are rules and guidelines to owning & operating a drug and alcohol rehab, so it’s important that you have a lawyer by your side who can help guide you through the process.

Practice Areas


Zoning is the first and most important part about beginning any business. Local governments create different types of zoning laws to help ensure that the health and the safety of the community are taken into consideration before any business is opened.

Real Estate

Once you’ve narrowed down areas where your treatment center will be properly zoned, it’s time to start looking at real estate. Opening a new drug and alcohol treatment facility gives you a wide range of options when it comes to real estate.


The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) was established in 1979, and it was created to help ensure that businesses are fully accredited to help people.


When you’re in the process of opening up a drug and alcohol rehab, you need a team of staff members that are qualified to treat patients. It’s important that the staff has the proper licenses needed to treat your future clients.


Owning any type of business puts you at risk for litigation, and this is why it’s so important to have a lawyer when you’re getting ready to pursue opening a drug and alcohol rehab facility.

Business Structure

Your business model is essential to the foundation of your operations. Our lawyers can help you with your business model and dividing equity amongst individuals who are involved with starting the company.

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