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Reducing Barriers to Recovery in Indiana: CleanSlate Opens Outpatient Addiction Center in Kokomo

by Cory McConnell | Dec 3, 2018

Kokomo, IN -CleanSlate Centers, a national leader in outpatient addiction medicine, continues its expansion of medication-assisted treatment centers for addiction throughout Indiana with its newest center in Kokomo, located at 3728 S. Reed Road. The company now operates twelve treatment centers for opioid and alcohol addictions in the state of Indiana and 51 centers across the country.

“We’re eager to bring CleanSlate’s life-saving services to the people of Kokomo and reduce all barriers to medication-assisted treatment, including the barrier of cost,” said Anthony Belott, Chief Development Officer for CleanSlate. “CleanSlate participates in-network with most Medicaid and commercial providers in the state of Indiana so that patients can be treated with minimal or no financial burden.”

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CleanSlate Increases Indiana's Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment for Addiction with New Outpatient Center in Lafayette

by Cory McConnell | Nov 28, 2018

Lafayette, IN - CleanSlate Centers, a national leader in outpatient addiction medicine, has expanded its presence in Indiana with the opening of a new medication-assisted treatment (MAT) center in Lafayette. Located at 30 Professional Court, Suite #2, CleanSlate’s Lafayette center marks the company’s twelfth treatment center for opioid and alcohol addictions in the state of Indiana, and its fifty-second center across the country.

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

by Cory McConnell | Nov 13, 2018

Many employees at CleanSlate have traveled their own personal journeys with addiction, either with a loved one or through their own substance use disorder. For some, it's both. We asked several employees to share their journeys of coping and recovery for a Pocket Guide directed towards families and friends of people suffering from addiction. 

Here is one employee's experience, in his own words:

Mark*: Care Coordinator, CleanSlate

Years ago, back in the 90’s, I had a brother-in-law who suffered from addiction. We used to be best friends. As a matter of fact, I used to get high with him back in the day. But then he graduated to heroin. Soon he was homeless.

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