Florida’s Billion-Dollar Drug Treatment Industry Is Plagued by Overdoses & Fraud

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Florida ‐ For the first responders who found her lifeless body one October morning, 24-year-old Alison Flory was yet another casualty of prescription drug addiction here on the front line of Florida’s opioid crisis.

To her family, she was a daughter, a beloved sister, a goofy bookworm who made them laugh and a young woman they desperately hoped would get help. She had arrived in South Florida from Illinois just more than a year before she died, seeking treatment for her addiction. Her parents believe it is that treatment, paid for by her family’s excellent insurance, that ultimately got her killed.

by LISA RIORDAN SEVILLE, ANNA R. SCHECTER and HANNAH RAPPLEYE

BREAKING NEWS… NBC NEWS REPORTS FLORIDA’S DRUG TREATMENT INDUSTRY PLAGUED BY OVERDOSES, FRAUD…CLICK HERE TO READ

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