CODAC mobile clinic continues to operate despite cease-and-desist order from city

CODAC BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE'S mobile medical unit has been offering substance-use treatment and other services in Woonsocket since July. The nonprofit was recently ordered by city officials to vacate the property of the nonprofit Community Care Alliance. / COURTESY CODAC INC.
WOONSOCKET – The future of the mobile clinic that has been operating on the property of the nonprofit Community Care Alliance in Woonsocket since July 2022 remains uncertain more than two weeks after CODAC Inc., the organization that owns and operates the unit, received a cease-and-desist order from the city’s Zoning Division. The Dec. 30…

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