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Bringing the Spirit of the Season to CS Patients

by Carol Fite Lynn | Dec 19, 2018

Last week, we shared the Hartford, CT Tree of Hope with you, and this week we're excited to share even more examples of our Warriors for Hope bringing the spirit and magic of this holiday season to our CleanSlate patients and their loved ones. 

Plymouth Tree

"I would like to share that the Plymouth office is once again has the Giving Tree set up for patients," said Shannon DeMille, Plymouth, MA Center Manager. As a group, we decided to forego any gift giving and instead give back to our patients. Each employee gave what they could to help provide warm hats, gloves and socks to our patients. These items are on our giving tree for each patient to help themselves to. As a manger, I could not be more proud of my team coming together to help our patients.  It shows such amazing compassion and exemplifies:  PATIENTS FIRST."

Springfield Giving Tree

"Here at our Springfield, MA center, we decided to show our appreciation for all of the hard work our patients do and show just how proud we are of them," said Jose Montalvo, Care Coordinator. "We decided to take our $100 gift card we received from the Halloween contest and go out and purchase hats and gloves for the winter season. We made ornaments that say either hat or gloves and put them on our tree. The patients then are able to select one or both of the ornaments and choose from a variety of hats and gloves. It has been a great success to be able to give back to our patients to keep them warm throughout the winter season means everything to us. PATIENTS FIRST!"

Please join us in celebrating the efforts of our Plymouth and Springfield, MA teams in truly exemplifying the warrior spirit. 

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Carol Fite Lynn

Carol Fite Lynn is the Director of Communications for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.

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