A company that runs mental health and substance abuse treatment centers in Georgia and other states will pay $122 million to settle more than... Georgia addiction centers in $122 million fraud settlement

A company that runs mental health and substance abuse treatment centers in Georgia and other states will pay $122 million to settle more than a dozen federal whistleblower lawsuits alleging numerous violations, including that it admitted people who didn’t need to be hospitalized, kept patients longer than necessary and routinely used drugs to sedate and chemically restrain patients.

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