National Recovery Month is off to a great start for CleanSlate centers throughout our organization, and this week we’d like to highlight a few locations recognizing the month with their teams in a variety of ways. 

Recovery Month Corp Office

The Home Office in Brentwood, TN came together last week to showcase their support of National Recovery Month by wearing Recovery Month t-shirts. 


The Worcester, MA center has had great succes with the Be A Friend, Bring A Friend campaign. Featured below are existing Worcester patients who brought a friend or family member with them this month to their appointment to #sharethehope and encourage them to begin their own recovery journey. The last photo is of two patients who recently achieved six months of sobriety and were inspired to bring a friend to CleanSlate because of their success. 

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The Evansville, IN program represented Recovery Month throughout the center with decorations to commemorate the month. 

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The Muncie, IN program also showed off their Recovery Month spirit. 

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And the Richmond, IN center displayed unique Recovery Month handprint art for a project with the Wayne County Partnership. 

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The Elkhart, IN team also used many of the marketing and communications tools to promote Recovery Month with their patients. 

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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.