We Collaborate Closely with Community Partners

Together, We Succeed

Every day, CleanSlate fights the battle against addiction. But we don’t do it alone. CleanSlate works closely with partners throughout the community to save lives and create hope for the future. We work diligently to forge relationships and team up with other healthcare providers, counseling centers, health insurance networks, government officials and local communities to coordinate in this fight. Together with our partners, we are expanding access to care in communities across the nation.


We work with communities across the country. Watch how.

Our Collaborative Approach

Opioid and alcohol addiction are chronic brain diseases that are best treated with a biological, psychological and social approach. CleanSlate understands that this requires close collaboration with community partners. We strive to be the partner of choice for healthcare providers, health insurers, government entities and communities in the collective fight against the disease of addiction.

Here are the types of partnerships we create at the national level and in every one of our operating communities to provide coordinated, flexible and innovative treatment.

Social Services

  • Low-Income Housing
  • 12-Step Recovery Programs
  • Ambulance Services
  • Specialty Demographic Organizations (religious &
  • Educational Institutions
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Needle Exchange / Harm Reduction Programs
  • Family Planning Centers

“Just Out of Jail and Desperate to Avoid a Relapse: Jessica’s Story”

Law Enforcement / Criminal Justice

  • Drug Task Force
  • Poice Departments
  • Drug Courts
  • Probations Offices
  • Corrections
  • DA’s Officers
  • DEA

“Indy Police: CleanSlate May be a Reason for Fewer OD Calls”

Behavioral / SUD Health Providers

  • Inpatient & Outpatient Programs
  • Methadone Programs
  • Community Mental Health Centers
  • Behavioral & Mental Health Providers
  • Medication Treatment Providers
  • Detox Programs

“Respect & Partnership: It’s How We Enter New Communities Like Louisville, Even Before Our Doors Are Open”

Medical Providers

  • Urgent Cares
  • Hospitals / ERs
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Primary Care – Specialty Providers
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Pharmacies

“How Doctors Can Help Pregnant Patients Suffering from Opioid Use Disorder”


  • Governors’ & Mayors’ Offices
  • Zoning & Planning
  • State Agencies
  • State Houses & Senate Representatives
  • VA / Veterans’ Services
  • Family Services
  • Departments of Public Health
  • Medical Associations
  • Prisons

“Memo to Washington: These 2 Policy Steps Can Save Lives from the Opioid Epidemic”