Warriors for Hope Blog

A Word About Our New Warriors for Hope Blog and Newsletter

by Bob Wilson | Feb 18, 2018

Bob-Wilson.jpgFrom the February Warriors newsletter:

CleanSlate Warriors:

I'm pleased to send our latest Warrior update in this streamlined format, which links to our brand new Warriors for Hope Blog. CleanSlate's profound Warrior culture is simply too inspirational to be hidden away, so we created a special Warriors blog on the CleanSlate website. While we also have a general CleanSlate blog for mainstream news, the Warriors blog is a separate section that focuses on updates about and from our people.

You can access the Warriors for Hope Blog any time you need a boost of Warrior spirit. Just scroll to the bottom of our site - www.cleanslatecenters.com - and click on "Warriors for Hope" for the latest anecdotes, spotlights and wins from your fellow Warriors. And once a month we'll send this email newsletter that summarizes and links to the latest Warrior blog posts.

Our cause at CleanSlate couldn't be more important: we're saving lives and delivering hope. Every day, we have reason to take great pride in our mission, and that sense of purpose feeds a passionate culture that makes CleanSlate extraordinary. All of you have special perspectives that are worth sharing; please help enrich our culture by sending anecdotes, testimonials and photos that we can post. Send your stories to our marketing consultant, Shanna Belott, at sbelott@cleanslatecenters.com. And please email me directly at bwilson@cleanslatecenters.com with feedback or requests regarding any other information that you would like to hear about in our Warrior blog and newsletter.

Thank you for all that you do! It's my honor to work alongside such a fiercely dedicated group of people. All of you embody the qualities of a warrior.

Together we succeed.  

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Bob Wilson

Bob Wilson is the Chief Human Resources Officer for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides office-based outpatient medication treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.

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