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WCPO - Increase in overdoses blamed on Covid-19

WCPO reporter Kristen Swilley investigates an increase in overdoses believed to be caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Center for Addiction Treatment Board of Trustees member...

CAT Alum Daniel Ritchie on his work at UC Hospital

CAT Alumni and Peer Mentor Daniel Ritchie shares his experience, strength and hope with patients at UC Hospital. This is part of WKRC Channel 12's...

Senator Rob Portman discusses efforts to combat drug crisis

U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) met with members of the Ohio Alliance of Recovery Providers (OARP) to discuss efforts to combat the drug crisis. Among...

Local 12 Covers CAT Alumni & Peer Mentor Thank You Tour

Local 12's Bob Herzog shares the uplifting story of former addicts and CAT Alumni/Peer Mentors on their "Thank you Tour" to first responders in and...

WKRC Local 12 reports Mayor's proposal for funding human services

Hear Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley describe his budget proposal to restore partial funding for human services. Meghan Mongillo from Local 12 WKRC reporting.  

Harrison Press: Meth use in Harrison on the rise; CAT sheds light on warning signs

Center for Addition Treatment's Kat Engel, Vice President of Nursing, shares information on warning signs and treatment options. Many people coming down from meth usually require...

Safe Places Cincy

Safe Places Cincy is a program just launched by the Cincinnati Health Department. If a person wants addiction treatment, they go to a Cincinnati health...

Northern Kentucky Tribune - Defining Addiction as a Disease

In a recent online survey of residents of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, the Center for Addiction Treatment uncovered some interesting perceptions of addiction as...

Enquirer - Is Addiction a Disease?

Just more than one out of every two Cincinnati-area residents surveyed still blames addiction on the addicted, a new social media poll shows.  But CAT's...

Enquirer - Addiction Treatment Maze

After a long silence, addiction specialists are stepping forward this yeer to help clear up some of the confusion that familes (of those addicted) face. The...

USA Today: Office Tom Synan Breaks the Rules to Save Lives

CAT Board member, Office Tom Synan, talks openly with USA Today about what it takes to fight the opiod epidemic on the streets of Cincinnati...

WLWT News 5 - Ohio 2nd in Overdoses

WLWT5 anchor/reporter Ashley Kirklen covers the local impact of the CDC's recent report findings that Ohio ranks 2nd in overdoses.  

Enquirer reports: CAT wins grant for primary care, counseling

Jeanne Houck from the Cincinnati Enquirer gives details about $500K grant recently awarded to CAT  Click here to read the article: /siteCat/assets/File/%24500K%20Gimbel%20Grant%20in%20Enq%2011_26_18(1).pdf PDF Link PDF LinkPDF...

CAT Awarded $500K Grant

Center for Addiction Treatment lands $500,000 Grant from SL Gimbel Foundation to help provide primary care and mental health counseling to an underserved population.    

WCPO - Grant to Help Operation Monarch Primary Care

A $500,000 grant, the Center for Addiction Treatment's largest ever, will help fund operating expenses for Monarch Primary Care: A Deaconess Healthcheck facility.  The grant...

WCPO covers the proposed tax increase to fund human services

WCPO reporter Breanna Molloy talks with CAT Peer Mentor Tim Johnson and others who would be affected if CAT gets cut from City of Cincinnati...

WLWT investigates impact of City budget cuts

WLWT Channel 5's Courtis Fuller speaks with CAT CEO/President Sandi Kuehn about the impact of the City's latest round of budget cuts.  

WCVX-AM Interview with Sandi Kuehn

WCVX-AM radio Host Jessica Rice interviews Sandi Kuehn about the current opioid epidemic and treatments available at CAT.  

WLWT covers debate over legalized sports betting

WLWT's Todd Dykes chats with CAT's Outpatient Supervisor, Katie Shaw Jones about problem gambling treatment.        

Number of Children in County's Care is Rising

WCPO Nine on Your Side's Breanna Molloy talks with CAT Counselor Sam Jamison about the effects addiction on children.

WCPO Annual Pancake Breakfast Awards Ceremony

  WCPO speaks with CAT President/CEO Sandi Kuehn about new facility at CAT's Annual Pancake Breakfast and Awards Ceremony.

Celebrating Sobriety

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WCPO shadow CAT Alumni thanking First Responders

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WLWT5 Interviews CAT Staff and Recovering Addict Kristen M

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Business Insider Examines Opioid Studies

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Business Insider Reports on Groundbreaking Heroin Vaccine

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Business Courier Details How Treatment Expansion Will Create Jobs, Training

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Business Courier - City Council strikes compromise on $350,000 in funding

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Enquirer - After pleas, Council restores some money for addiction center

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Enquirer - Simpson, Cranley War Over Violence Prevention Money

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Enquirer Highlights CAT's 2017 Walk

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Bloomberg – The Heroin Business is Booming in America

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CAT CEO Named "One to Watch"

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CAT Alumna Among Those Off The Streets

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Naloxone Billboards Going Up in Ohio

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Drugs suspected as cause of stabbing

A man accused of stabbing a woman in the face may have been under the influence of illegal drugs, authorities suspect.  

Mom accused of robbing store pleads for treatment

Woman pleads with judge to send her to treatment, not jail, adding that she's tried to get treatment herself but has incurred a lengthy wait....

Treatment Center Adding Outpatient Facility

With heroin abuse reaching epidemic levels in the Tri-State, one of the largest local treatment organizations has a new plan to help addicts. Operators of...

Know the Signs for Problem Gambling

A new treatment program for problem gambling is now available at the Center for Chemical Addictions Treatment. Call the hotline at 513-381-6672.