“CleanSlate categorically denies any wrongdoing or that we have violated any laws. We continue to reject the allegations brought by the government. We have chosen to settle this case due to the severe economic impact a prolonged legal battle would have had on the thousands of individuals and families we serve. We have also reached an agreement in principle to settle all claims brought by a former employee which will end all litigation against the company related to these matters and will include no admission of wrongdoing or liability.
We are proud of the fact that we have consistently met the Commonwealth’s licensing requirements and stringent quality of care standards, some of the highest in the country. Our team has provided life-restoring care to nearly 40,000 Massachusetts residents over the past several years. We will continue to work relentlessly with the Commonwealth to provide access to mental health and addiction treatment. We are committed to moving forward from today’s resolution to help more Americans reclaim their lives.”
-Statement from Greg Marotta, CEO of CleanSlate Centers