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Addiction recovery for women: Alternative intervention has good success rate

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A local woman said she struggled for years with addiction until she found a program that targeted to her own needs.

It is a program for women only, that is available through Central Behavioral Health in the community. It has one of the highest success rates in the country.

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Child & Family Treatment Center

Connections for Life (CFL) has a new home! CFL, partially supported by United Way, is a formal collaborative that serves young children, birth to age five, who have experienced chronic and complex trauma. We partner with Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute and the Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati to provide an integrative treatment approach including mental health, occupational therapy and speech therapy. CFL’s primary goal is to remediate the effect chronic trauma has on children’s development – ultimately better positioning them to be successful in kindergarten.

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