Warriors for Hope Blog

Warriors: We Want Your Feedback

by Bob Wilson | Apr 16, 2018

Good afternoon, Warriors! 

There have been a lot of positive changes during 2017. We are beginning to reach more patients and we continue to grow as a company. Our strength is in our culture of putting our patients first and our mission to save their lives.  A big part of that is making sure that we maintain this culture through how we communicate with you and the environment we create for you to do your work.

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Indy Police: CleanSlate May be a Reason for Fewer OD Calls

by James Evans | Apr 12, 2018

It's been an exciting week.

On the heels of our official ribbon-cutting event (more on that in a minute), I met with some local police officers yesterday in Indianapolis. I wanted to share the anecdotal story they told me.

When talking with the officers, I was telling them about our program and our dedication to helping our communities. I told them that our Indy sites are going strong, and described the success they're having since we started seeing patients in December.

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Inspiration + Congratulations on a Warrior's All-Night Mission

by Joan Erwin | Apr 9, 2018

From Joan Erwin to Tony Castagna:Hi Tony –As part of the Expansion meeting each week, the team is invited to extend kudos for their CS colleagues who they feel have gone above and beyond to collaborate with each other in a way that stands out. This week, you were ‘Kudo’d” for your work with the lab on behalf of Eltahir and Naira.

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Warrior Spotlight: Jennifer Bauman, Merrillville, Indiana's Care Coordinator & All Around Rock Star

by Karen Bonner | Apr 9, 2018

Here is someone for the Warrior Spotlight who I think rocks. Literally, she makes rocks for our outreach – Jennifer Bauman is the creator of the CleanSlate Warrior rocks and I am proud she is one of ours in Merrillville.


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Elkhart Center Treats Indiana University to Lunch & Learn

by Marisa Amos | Apr 6, 2018

The Elkhart, IN center is getting ready to feed and inform the local community, on Monday, May 23rd at Indiana University. It's all part of CleanSlate Elkhart's grassroots outreach to providers, patients, and stakeholders on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic. Check it out and pass it on!

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Stunning Graphic Warrior Art from the Next Generation

by Antonio F. Castagna | Apr 3, 2018

Kimberly Bess, who works as a Medical Technologist in the main lab in Holyoke, MA, has a very talented 14-year-old daughter.  

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"They Saved My Life" 

by Suzanne Smith | Apr 2, 2018

I saw a patient recently who had just come from court for a child custody hearing. She was anxious as she previously had been treated negatively by the courts for being on BNX. Not only was the patient treated well, but the judge congratulated her on her treatment. The patient told the judge how much she liked CleanSlate and how well she believes she is treated here. 

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Rising Warriors: Congratulations!

by Adam McPhee | Apr 2, 2018

Dear CleanSlate Team Members,

It is with great pleasure I share with you some announcements on the Operations structure for the East Division.

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Innovative Idea Leads to New Partnership

by Brian Coonan | Mar 29, 2018
Hi folks - I wanted to update you on a pretty cool partnership we finalized in the Bristol/Plymouth county area. 

Through a COCA with PAACA (Positive Action Against Chemical Addiction) and High Point Treatment Centers, we are now able to provide fluid transportation and patient transition from home to methadone to Suboxone.  PAACA has DPH-funded vans driven by recovery coaches.  We offered and they accepted a plan to pick up our patients each morning and transport them to appointments (in lieu of cab vouchers) in both Bristol and Plymouth counties. 

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Plantation Outreach: Chamber Networking and Coffee with a Cop

by Ileana Madera | Mar 29, 2018
I'm happy to share some photos of a free networking event we participated in last night with the local Chamber. Good contacts were made!
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