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.
Tracking your recovery just got easier. The Center for Addiction Treatment has created a mobile app meant to put recovery within closer reach.
CCAT’s Angie Clark addresses the opiate overdose epidemic and how Narcan is making a difference.
Thanks to a grant from Interact for Health, the campus of the Center for Addiction Treatment will now be tobacco free. Project 9 Lives will provide support for those staffers trying to quit smoking or using other tobacco products.
Overdose deaths are now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, exceeding even motor vehicle accidents among people ages 25 to 64. Many deaths caused by opioid overdose are preventable if Narcan (Naloxone Hydrochloride) is administered along with an immediate call to 911.
Nancy Blamer discusses the treatment options available at the Center for Addiction Treatment.
The office of Mike Dewine creates Heroin task force to combat the growing epidemic and the impact of overdoses in Ohio.
The Center for Chemical Additions Treatment is one of only three centers across the state working to get a special drug into the right hands to save lives from opiate overdoses.