Center for Addiction Treatment CEO Sandi Kuehn was named a finalist for the 2015 Woman of the Year Award for not-for-profits at the 10th annual WE Celebrate Awards.
Senate members listen as recovery experts talk about the opiate addiction epidemic here at home.
Despite surge in heroin deaths, state slow to adopt protections for 911 callers reporting overdoses of fellow users.
The Hamilton County Justice Center could become one of the first jails in the state to allow inmates who are chronic heroin users to detox from the drug with medical help.
A man accused of stabbing a woman in the face may have been under the influence of illegal drugs, authorities suspect.
Woman claims wait for treatment facility led to her further legal troubles.
The Center for Addiction Treatment plans to build a $3.7 million outpatient facility on its campus in the West End.
With heroin abuse reaching epidemic levels in the Tri-State, one of the largest local treatment organizations has a new plan to help addicts.
Dr. Frankowski, a board certified physician specializing in addiction medicine, brings her expertise in evidence-based best practice treatment to CCAT’s 1,500 patients per year.
The maternal opiate program provides an opportunity to prevent harm to the smallest victims of opiate dependency. The maternal opiate program is a collaborative effort between multiple non-profit organizations dedicated to the treatment of women, their developing children, and the benefit of the community.