WLWT Investigative Reporter Todd Dykes speaks with addiction expert Dr. Deborah Frankowski, M.D., V.P. Medical Services at Center for Addiction Treatment.
CAT Alumni & Friends and Peer Mentors reached out to several firehouses to personally thank first responders for saving their lives. Meet one addict who was revived 18 times and finally got clean.
CAT announced it has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. CAT has maintained continuous accreditation since 1970.
WLWT Channel 5 Investigative Reporter Todd Dykes covers Cincinnati Health Department Director Dr. Jennifer Mooney's appearance at City Council meeting. Hear about the latest overdose stats in Hamilton County while Kristen M., CAT Staff and recovering addict, gives her take on what it's like to be in recovery.
Business Insider's Harrison Jacobs and Lydia Ramsey report 2 scientists are locked in a race to develop a groundbreaking heroin vaccine but it might not be a 'magic bullet'.
Harrison Jacobs of Business Insider takes an in-depth look at a recent study that examined at the effectiveness of drug treatment in court programs in Ohio. The study shows many of the problems with the current approach to the opioid crisis.
CAT expects the Spaulding Recovery and Family Care Building at 834 Ezzard Charles Drive to help thousands of drug addicts annually, and it also will provide a setting for new doctors who are in residency programs as well as physician assistants to receive training in how to care for patients in recovery.
More help is now available to addicts in the Cincinnati area thanks to an expansion of services at the Center for Addiction Treatment.
A new weapon in the heroin epidemic is a brick and mortar building in the West End.
The center for addiction treatment -- or the CAT house as it's called -- just finished a new addition that'll help treat nearly three times more patients.
WLWT discusses how Center for Addiction Treatment is providing new hope in Cincinnati as the nation faces a national emergency.