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Mission: Saving lives, rebuilding families and communities through ongoing addiction health services.
Serving Our Community:
For 50 years, the Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) has been serving the community by providing life-saving treatment to people seeking help to overcome their addictions to alcohol, drugs, or gambling. We are committed to treating every person with the dignity and respect they deserve. CAT has received accreditation and certification from The Joint Commission for meeting the highest national standards for safety and quality of care and are committed to continually improving patient care.
Short-Term Residential: A personalized inpatient treatment program for drug and alcohol treatment.
Medical Detox: The only nonprofit, medically monitored drug and alcohol detoxification center in Greater Cincinnati.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT): Clinic that offers evidence-based medication for withdraw from alcohol and opiates.
Counseling and Support: Professional counseling, peer mentoring, and meeting space for AA and NA support groups.
2020 Board Roster
Steve Goodin, President
David Ritter, Vice President
Marcus Thompson, Vice President Elect
Cynthia Durkin, Treasurer
Jodianne Broomall, Secretary
Carl Adkins CFP, CWS
Kevin R. Flynn, ESQ
Joshua Weitzman, MBA
Christine Patel, ESQ
Chrissey Barrett Haslam
Angie Clark, PH.D, RN
Thomas Synan, Jr.
Chellie McLellan, CEO
Mike Rosen, VP of Clinical Services
Kat Engel, VP of Nursing
Sharlene Brown, VP of Finance
Tricia White, HR Director
Stephanie Vorhees, Director of Development
Other Ways to Help:
- Raise Awareness: Help end the stigma associated with addiction. Raise awareness and talk about it.
- Donate: Help bridge the gap in funding by donating to support our programs and services. A 28-day stay at CAT costs just a fraction of what it costs to go to a for-profit agency.
- Light the Road: Buy a luminary in representation of a life saved at CAT, and help us light up our campus with luminaries this holiday season. The luminaries are a representation of our patients leaving behind the darkness of addiction, and walking into the light of recovery.
- Become a volunteer.
830 Ezzard Charles Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45214