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04.07.2017

Deaconess Foundation Supports Cincinnati Center for Addiction Treatment Expansion of Services with $300,000

$300,000 Grant will fund expansion plans at West End location and construction of a Primary Health Center

Deaconess Assocations Foundation is taking a leadership role in the Center for Addiction Treatment's (CAT) Lead the Change Campaign through a $300,000 grant.  The funds are being directed to CAT's expansion plans and contrustion of a Primary Health Center at CAT's new outpatient facility at it's West End location, currently under construction. 

"Substance abuse and addiction, including the epidemic use of opioid in the Greater Cincinnati region, is an issue that demands an entire community's response," said Tony Woods, Chairman of Deaconess Associations, Inc. (DAI).  "CAT's mission to provide solutions to this crisis by expanding services for outpatient clients as well as detox and residential patients is consistent with DAI's philosophy to advance healthcare solutions where care is needed most."

See the attached Enquirer article for additional details on this project here:  http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2017/04/07/expansion-boost-addiction-treatment-250/100170228/

ABOUT DEACONESS
Deaconess Associations, Inc. is a diversified, not-for-profit enterprise managing a porfolio of health services, programs, and investments.  Through the Deaconess Associations Foundation, the organization also supports community grant initiatives in Greater Cincinnati and across the country. Learn more about Deaconess and Deaconess Foundation at http://www.deaconess-healthcare.com

ABOUT CINCINNATI CENTER FOR ADDICTION TREATMENT
The Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT) treats those with addictions to alcohol, drugs, and gambling. CAT offers help and hope for a different life by providing accessible care and tools for lifelong sobriety and recovery to patients struggling with addiction to alcohol, drugs or gambling. CAT does this with the goal of saving lives and rebuilding families.  Learn more about CAT at http://www.catsober.org