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Enquirer - Expansion Will Boost Addiction Treatment 250%

The Enquirer's Terry DeMio details the expanded services coming to Center for Addiction Treatment including primary care, increased medication assisted treatment and outpatient behavioral healthcare.

WLWT John London reports on Ohio law limiting pain med prescriptions

WLWT Channel 5 John London reports on new Ohio legislation that will limit physicians prescribing pain medications for their patients.

WCPO Editorial: Hospitals Need to Lead on Heroin

WCPO shares its editorial stance that hospitals need to take a more active role in fighting the heroin epidemic.

Obama repeal 'could be a disaster' for states fighting the opioid epidemic

The Business Insider details the effects a repeal of the Affordable Care Act could have on those needing addiction treatment.

What does Obamacare repeal mean for mental health, addiction?

Sandi Kuehn with the Center for Addiction Treatment and Joan England from the Mental Health and Addiction Advocacy Coalition talk about what repealing the Affordable Care Act could mean for those with mental health and substance abuse disorders.

CAT CEO Named "One to Watch"

Sandi Kuehn, CAT president and CEO, is listed as one to watch in 2017 by Cincy Magazine. 

Heroin Antidote's Cost Soars, But NKY, Ohio Avoid IT

The Cincinnati Enquirer details the escalating price of naloxone and how local centers are combatting the price hike.

USA Today - Obamacare repeal jeopardizes mental health, addiction coverage

USA Today takes a closer look at how repeal of the Affordable Care Act would effect those seeking mental health and addiction treatment.

WLWT - Todd Dykes reports on councilman's desire to be leader in heroin fight

Todd Dykes reports how one councilman is willing to consider radical ideas to fight back to be a leader when it comes to fighting heroin.

WLWT - Preparing for new year, Ohio still burdened with deadly heroin surge

The battle to overcome the heroin crisis continues into a new year with a mix of sad reality and stories of success. There has been no stop to the surge in heroin and fentanyl overdoses in Ohio in 2016.