INDIANAPOLIS — Private addiction-treatment centers are springing up across central Indiana, with out-of-state companies spending millions of dollars in the race to treat people with substance-abuse disorders. Many of the providers are not traditional health systems, but rather small, for-profit startups attracted by a soaring demand for recovery services. The companies often have only a
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