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National Medication Leader to Help Bexar County Address Widespread Problem with Heroin Addiction
San Antonio TX – CleanSlate announced today the opening of its fourth Texas office-based outpatient medication treatment center to reach those suffering from opioid and alcohol addictions. The new center is CleanSlate’s first location in San Antonio and is located at 5282 Medical Drive, Suite 210, in the Westgate Medical Center.
Though San Antonio has not yet seen the tsunami of prescription opioid use and overdose deaths that have plagued other cities and towns across the country, the city has long struggled with heroin. Because of its proximity to Mexico, San Antonio is considered a “first cut” city, where heroin is strong and cheap.Read More
National Outpatient Addiction Medicine Leader Opens Center Adjacent to Kensington, Ground Zero of the Heroin Crisis in Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Penn. – CleanSlate announced today the opening of its second office-based outpatient medication addiction treatment center in Philadelphia,’ in the Port Richmond neighborhood. This area is adjacent to Kensington, known as ground zero for Philadelphia’s heroin crisis.Read More
National Medical Group Opens Fifth Location in Florida to Fight Addiction EpidemicJacksonville, Fl. – CleanSlate announced today the opening of its fifth outpatient addiction treatment medical facility in Florida to combat the deadly opioid addiction epidemic and save lives. The new center is located at 1128 N. Laura St. in Jacksonville and opened its doors to patients on March 5th.
“No state has been unscathed by this deadly epidemic, but Florida has been hit particularly hard,” said Adam McPhee, CleanSlate’s President of Operations, Eastern Division. “We’re looking forward to working closely with Jacksonville’s Mayor, Lenny Curry, and other community leaders to provide life-saving treatment to those who need it.”Read More