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CODAC introduces correctional center treatment program in Mass.

PROVIDENCE – CODAC Behavioral Healthcare is venturing outside of Rhode Island by offering its adult correctional institution program in Massachusetts.By bringing the program to...
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare has plans to offer medical and behavioral healthcare to people in rural and underserved communities. From left, Mary Walton, assistant medical director at CODAC, Rebecca Boss, director of the R.I. Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals, Linda Hurley, CODAC president and CEO, Adam Nitenson, Linda Mahoney, a state opioid treatment authority for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Dustin Alvanas. / COURTESY CODAC BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE/JOSE GARCIA

CODAC to reach underserved patients with use of mobile unit

PROVIDENCE – With the use of a mobile unit from the University of Rhode Island, CODAC Behavioral Healthcare has plans to offer medical and...

Patient numbers growing at CODAC in Pawtucket

PAWTUCKET – Since opening its doors in the city in March, CODAC Behavioral Healthcare has seen more than 60 new patients seeking help with...

CODAC, Thundermist to partner on telehealth for medication-assisted treatment

CRANSTON – A new partnership between CODAC Behavioral Healthcare and Thundermist Health Center will improve access to medication-assisted treatment for patients seeking help with...
OPIOID STUDY: Susan Lim, site manager, and Joe Robillard, pharmacy technician, work on prescription orders at a Genoa Healthcare pharmacy inside a Gateway Healthcare clinic in Pawtucket. Genoa is collaborating with Rhode Island Hospital and CODAC Behavioral Healthcare on a study examining the effectiveness of pharmacist-delivered, medication-assisted treatment for opioid-use disorder.
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Study looks at effectiveness of pharmacist-delivered MAT to treat opioid use...

Efforts to curb the opioid epidemic include increasing access to care and reducing stigma, goals officials say a $1.6 million National Institutes of Health-funded,...

CODAC expands with Pawtucket location in response to rising opioid cases

PAWUCKET – CODAC Behavioral Healthcare expects more than 220 patients with risky substance use at its new Pawtucket location opening today, and is prepared...

Bloomberg visits ACI to learn about R.I.’s medication-assisted treatment program

CRANSTON – Rhode Island’s national reputation for its innovative approach to curbing opioid-addiction deaths using medication-assisted treatment at the R.I. Department of Corrections attracted...

CODAC aids $1.5M expansion, evaluation of RIDOC MAT program

CRANSTON – The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has awarded Brown University researchers a three-year, $1.5 million grant to expand and evaluate...
TOUGH TASKS: Participants on the first panel of the Health Care Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick discuss how to reintegrate into the workforce those who have experienced opioid overdoses and how to curb wasteful health care spending. From left: Landmark Medical Center CEO Michael Souza; UnitedHealthcare CEO Stephen Farrell; CVS MinuteClinic Chief Nurse Practitioner Officer Angela Patterson; and CODAC Behavioral Healthcare CEO Linda Hurley.
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Overdoses, end-of-life care challenge health system

The next challenge in caring for those who experience opioid overdoses is long-term reintegration into the workforce and society, panelists said during Providence Business...

CODAC honors Cicilline, supporters during 40th anniversary gala

NEWPORT – CODAC Behavioral Healthcare celebrated its 40th anniversary in Newport County at Salve Regina University on Oct. 25, honoring Rep. David N. Cicilline,...
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