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Transitions Inc. Receives CARF International Accreditation

Transitions Inc. Receives CARF International Accreditation For Immediate Release Contact: 1650 Russell Street Covington, KY 41011 Phone: (859) 491-4435 FAX: (859) 491-6598 www.transitionsky.org Contact: Carol Serrone Transitions Inc. Receives CARF International Accreditation Transitions Inc., a key organization in Northern Kentucky’s fight against drug and alcohol addiction, has received CARF International

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Welcome our new hires

Transitions’ New Positions to Enhance Recovery Experience of Clients March 4 2016 For Immediate Release Contact: Carol Serrone Transitions, Inc. 859-491-4435, x 105 cserrone@transitionsky.org Transitions, Inc. Enhances the Recovery Experience for Their Clients — Bellevue, KY Transitions Inc., a key organization in Northern Kentucky’s fight against drug and alcohol addiction, has

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Recovery on the River – No Booze BB Riverboat Crooze 2016

Date Saturday, May 14, 2016 Time 11:00am to 2:30pm Location BB Riverboats / 101 Riverboat Row / Newport KY 41071 CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS About A Celebration of Recovery!  This is Transitions’ totally alcohol-free fundraising event for our alumni, their families and the recovery community.  The event features an afternoon BB Riverboat Cruise

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Obama’s $1 billion against heroin

Obama’s $1 billion against heroin reflects shifting views of addiction The president will recommend that Congress set aside nearly $1.1 billion for federal and state programs to offer addiction treatment, a stark departure from the War on Drugs mentality of decades past. President Obama will seek $1 billion in additional

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Heroes Against Heroin to be recognized

Updated: Fri, Oct 09 2015, 10:24 AM CINCINNATI (WKRC) — An event on October 8 will recognize those on the front lines in the battle against the local heroin epidemic. Jim Beiting and Ben Dusing from Transitions talk about these Heroes Against Heroin and the awards gala. Watch the interview

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Patrick Kennedy shares secret family struggles in “A Common Struggle”

OCTOBER 5, 2015, 7:31 AM|Former Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy writes of his own mental illness and addictions, but he also looks at his parents’ problems with alcohol and his mother’s depression. Kennedy believes his father, Ted, suffered from post-traumatic stress after two of his brothers were assassinated. Kennedy joins

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Grant to combat heroin epidemic

TRANSITIONS RECEIVES STATE GRANT TO COMBAT HEROIN EPIDEMIC  Funds Will Prevent Babies From Being Born With Drug Addictions  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / SEPT. 22, 2015 To prevent babies from suffering from heroin withdrawal symptoms, Kentucky has awarded a $219,600 grant to Transitions Inc. to help it provide opiate addiction treatment to

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Carol Serrone Transitions, Inc. 859-491-4435, x 105 cserrone@transitionsky.org  Heroes Against Heroin Humanitarian Award Winners Announced Honoring those fighting on the front lines against the heroin epidemic Bellevue, KY BB&T. and Transitions, Inc. will honor members of the Greater Cincinnati Community who have been nominated by the community to receive

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Transitions, Inc. to Join the UNITE To Face Addiction Rally,

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Charlotte Wethington Recovery Advocate Transitions, Inc. / The Grateful Life Center 305 Pleasure Isle Drive / Erlanger, KY 41017 Phone (859) 359-4500 / Fax (859) 359-4540 cwethington@transitionsky.org   Transitions, Inc. to Join the UNITE To Face Addiction Rally, October 4, 2015 on the National Mall

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Addicted moms’ newborns face uphill battle in NKY

click here to watch this story Since 2004 Buckeye State has experienced 750 percent increase in number of babies born to drug-addicted moms COVINGTON, Ky. —Efforts continue to help newborns who were exposed to potentially deadly street drugs while they’re in the womb, but a lack of resources is complicating

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