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Stories of Recovery: From Jail and "Dysfunctional" to a Healthcare Professional Treating Others with Addiction

New Addiction Center in Muncie Expands CleanSlate's Leadership of Medication-Assisted Treatment in Indiana

In Lewis Center, Ohio, Addiction Leader CleanSlate Opens Medication-Assisted Treatment Center That Fast-Tracks Pregnant Patients

CleanSlate Partners with Building Blocks Counseling in Phoenix to Create a New Campus Style of Care for Addiction Treatment

"I Hit Bottom and Had Nothing Left to Lose:" One CleanSlate Employee's Journey to Recovery

National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week Draws Attention to Underage Drinking

Choosing the Best Treatment Path for Your Addiction

"I Was Shocked When My Husband Told Me He Had an Addiction:" Coping With a Loved One's Substance Use Disorder

Can I Afford Addiction Treatment?

Recognizing the Signs of Opioid and Alcohol Addictions

A Focus on Hope for National Recovery Month

In Alexandria, Indiana, CleanSlate's New Medication Treatment Center Creates One-Stop Location for Health Care Beyond Addiction

Looking Beyond Overdose on International Overdose Awareness Day

For CleanSlate's "Top Addiction Medicine Doc" in Philadelphia, Expertise Came from Heartbreaking Family Trauma

CleanSlate Opens Medication Treatment Center in Louisville to Combat "#1 Threat to Kentucky"

CleanSlate's New Medication Treatment Center in Racine, Wisconsin Increases Much-Needed Access to Addiction Treatment

"I Have Stepped Out of the Darkness, Into the Joy of Living Again": One Patient's Account of CleanSlate's Alcohol Treatment

Just Out of Jail and Desperate to Avoid a Relapse: Jessica's Story

Addiction Crisis in the Workforce: How Employers are Combating the Opioid Epidemic

Co-Occurring Disorders: The Link Between Addiction and Mental Health

Lilian's Story: Pregnant and Addicted to Opioids

In Fitchburg, MA, CleanSlate Opens a Medication Treatment Center Led by Compassion

A Mother's Day Wish for Pregnant Women Suffering from Opioid Use Disorder

How Doctors Can Help Pregnant Patients with Opioid Use Disorder

5 Steps to Take When Someone You Know Suffers from Addiction

Why Aren't We Talking About One of the Most Effective Treatments for Alcoholism?

At CleanSlate's New Addiction Treatment Center in Pittsburgh, a Local Team with Personal Experience in Recovery

New Health Department Guidelines May Curb Stigma of Medication for Addiction Treatment

CleanSlate Responds to San Antonio’s Heroin Epidemic with New Medication Treatment Center for Opioid and Alcohol Addictions

Memo to Washington: These 2 Policy Steps Can Save Lives from the Opioid Epidemic

Helping Families Fight Addiction

CleanSlate Increases Philadelphia’s Access to Medication Treatment for Opioid Addiction With Second New Center

4 Steps to Protect Your Kids from Opioid Addiction

Three New CleanSlate Centers in Indiana Prepare for Grand Opening Events in April

Policy Strides Increase Access to Medication Treatment for Opioid Addiction

Community Partner Spotlight: Jim McClelland, Indiana's "Drug Czar," Takes Aim at the State's Opioid Epidemic

CleanSlate's CEO and Chief Medical Officer to Present at National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit

CleanSlate Opens Jacksonville Center to Expand Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder

The Facts About Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid and Alcohol Addictions

Philadelphia Mayor and Other Special Guests to Speak at Grand Opening of CleanSlate's Philadelphia Center on Feb. 21st

The Economic Costs of the Opioid Epidemic Means We Invest Now or Pay Later

Pennsylvania's Newly Declared Disaster Emergency Raises Hopes in Hard-Hit Philadelphia

In Massachusetts, Progress with Reducing Overdoses Related to the Opioid Epidemic Has a Catch

While Wisconsin Faces the Opioid Epidemic, it’s also Battling a Different Addiction

People Thought Zika was Florida’s Worst Nightmare. But it was Something Else.

Here's the Real Killer in our Opioid Catastrophe

Veterans Day Mission: Save Our Heroes on the Opioid Battlefield at Home

National Recovery Month is over, but the Work Continues

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