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CAT Director Awarded Ohio Problem Gambling Treatment Fellowship
CINCINNATI, NOVEMBER 17, 2022 – Problem Gambling Network of Ohio selects Center for Addiction Treatment director for the 2023 Ohio Problem Gambling Treatment Fellowship. PGNO...
CAT Client Turned Staff Member Shares His Inspiring Story
CINCINNATI, October 12, 2022 – Center for Addiction Treatment graduate and now employee Keith Woods proudly shares his own recovery story. At the age of 38,...
CAT Expands LGBTQ+ Inclusive Service Offerings
CINCINNATI, July 7, 2022 – The Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) will be integrating new LGBTQ+ inclusive educational services and increased LGBTQ+ competency trainings this July....
Center for Addiction Treatment Hosts Representative Brad Wenstrup for Campus Tour and Open Discussion
CINCINNATI, August 16, 2021 – Representative Brad Wenstrup visited Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) for a private tour and discussion on Tuesday, August 10th. Chellie McLellan,...
Family Discusses Their Inspirational Haircuts Over Heroin Fundraiser Benefiting CAT
What is Haircuts Over Heroin? A dinner-table discussion that has grown into an area-wide initiative to raise money for addiction treatment. The brain child of...
Center for Addiction Treatment Celebrates Monarch Counseling Center Opening
CINCINNATI, May 11, 2021 – Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony, which was attended by elected officials and community leaders, to...
Hamilton County Experiences Spike in Fatal Overdoses
Newtown police chief and Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition founder Tom Synan offers advice you might not believe. Click here to watch the video
Virtual addiction services critical during Covid-19 pandemic
WCPO investigates how local treatment centers like CAT are delivering critical addiction services during Covid-19 Pandemic. Click here to read the story
CAT honors trio of women who help other women get in recovery
CINCINNATI (April 26, 2019) – The Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) held its 8th Annual Pancake Breakfast today, an event that launched the public...
Northern Kentucky Tribune - CATFest
Cincinnati Enquirer – Less heroin, more meth in younger adults
Far fewer people older than 25 started using heroin last year, but the decline among young adults was almost imperceptible, and the 18- to 25-year-old age group also saw a...
CAT Achieves Accreditation from The Joint Commission
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WCPO - Immunity Offered for Those Who Turn Over Drugs to Authorities
WKRC - CAT Nurse Saves Lives of Father and Son After Highway Overdose
CAT Kicks Off Campaign to Triple Addiction Treatment
Leading Addiction Treatment Site Hopes to Triple Patients
CAT Takes Lead to Change Future of Addiction - Kicks Off Capital Campaign
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Lawmakers: Give $10M to The Banks, $2M to CAT
Center for Addiction Treatment was among those projects included in the proposed state budget.
WCPO Editorial: We'll Work on Finding a Way Forward on the Heroin Epidemic
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Sandi Kuehn Named Woman of the Year Finalist By Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Cincinnati, Ohio [Dec. 9, 2015] – Center for Addiction Treatment CEO Sandi Kuehn was named a finalist for the 2015 Woman of the Year Award...
The (Ohio) Senate Report: November 9-13, 2015
Senate members listen as recovery experts talk about the opiate addiction epidemic here at home.
Ohio lawmakers argue Good Samaritan law can save addicts' lives
Sheriff unveils plans to create medical detox unit at Hamilton Co. Justice Center
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Narcan use is saving lives, giving second chances