“CCAT has undergone many of the same clinical transformations that we’ve undergone at Joseph House over the last three years,” said Nate Pelletier, executive director at Joseph House. “They are one of the most respected treatment agencies in the region.”
CCAT opened in 1970 operating with the belief that addiction was a disease that needed to be treated, and not a moral failing. Today, CCAT is a leader in addiction treatment, benefiting patients in Greater Cincinnati.
The partnership includes Joseph House contracting a CCAT clinician to facilitate Medicaid and billing compliance, and sharing clinical best practices. It also provides clinicians the opportunity to build relationships and share ideas with others outside of Joseph House.
“Like Joseph House, they value hiring top talent with a program that is results-driven and focused on the unique needs of their clients,” Pelletier added.
CCAT is one of Joseph House’s many partners that support veterans recovering from addiction and working to create a new, sustainable lifestyle.
If you’re a veteran or know a veteran struggling with addiction, please contact Joseph House today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-241-2965.