As many of you might already know, parts of Nashville were devastated in the middle of the night on Monday, March 2nd from a deadly nocturnal tornado, the first to hit Nashville since 1998. The morning after, each leader contacted their employees in the greater Nashville area, and we are incredibly happy and relieved to say that everyone is safe.

Tornado Pic 1Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for many families in the area. In true Warrior spirit, some of our team members, Pam Doran, Compliance Coordinator, Amy Brunson, Director of Marketing, and Carol Woods, Executive Administrator jumped into action to see how and where they could help.  A plan was formed and members from our Brentwood and Nashville offices spent the day on Saturday, March 7th helping clean up fallen debris after the storm.  Thank you to these Warriors and their families for helping rebuild Nashville. 

We also appreciate that many of our Warriors across the country have reached out to ask how they can help from afar. You all embody the spirit and hope we need right now. Please find links below in which you can help. 







Jackson Holyoak and Kids Volunteering 3.12.2020Jakson Holyoak, Director of Financial Planning & Analysis and his daughters 

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Gregs Kids Volunteering 3.12.2020

A picture of Greg Marotta’s, CEO, children volunteering

If you have additional questions about how you can help with the Middle Tennessee tornado relief effort, please reach out to warriorsforhope@cleanslatecenters.com


Carol Fite Lynn

Carol Fite Lynn is the Director of Communications for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.