Our Mission & Legacy
Treatment Magazine provides information, resources, support, community and stories of hope for everyone who seeks treatment, hopes to help a loved one, works in the treatment field, or simply wants to stay up to date on the latest in addiction treatment, care and innovation.
We are committed to being the forward-looking, expert and impartial source of addiction and treatment journalism and resources, including our Find a Treatment Center tool powered by respected social-care network findhelp.org.
The widely read and influential Treatment Magazine was founded in 2004 as an industry trade print magazine. In the summer of 2020, we rebranded and relaunched to a newly expanded audience: people seeking treatment for addiction, their families, friends and loved ones—in addition to clinicians and treatment professionals.
We are an independently funded, free service led by owner/publishers personally committed to combatting addiction, supporting the treatment community, and doing our part to improve outcomes. “Outcomes are bettered by improving treatment methods, but also through a lot of other less-discussed efforts including: educating the public, a dedication to research, funding for research and better data analysis. Specifically important is tracking residents after they leave treatment—possibly the most critical yet misrepresented statistic,” says co-owner and publisher Greg Gibson.
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