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Massachusetts is working on a new pilot system to rate the quality of addiction treatment programs.

According to the state, beginning next month the national non-profit Shatterproof will work with substance use treatment programs and the Massachusetts Department of Public health to collect data for their ratings.

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Samantha Arsenault, Director of National Treatment Quality Initiative at Shatterproof.

This segment aired on February 18, 2019.

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