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News & Media Releases

Here you'll find the latest happenings on campus, local news stories featuring Cumberland Heights and its staff, media releases on upcoming events and more.

For media inquiries, contact Marketing & Public Relations Manager, Liz Stanislawski at Liz_Stanislawski@cumberlandheights.org or 920-309-0944.

31 Aug 2022

Cumberland Heights Staff Featured in Treatment Magazine

The “Life-saving, Life-giving” Work of Recovery Support Chief Science Officer, Dr. Nick Hayes and Casey Hyatt, the head of our Recovery Care Advocacy Program were featured in this thoughtful piece about long-term recovery support by Treatment Magazine. Recognizing the critical importance of connection and community in recovery, providers are developing...

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8 Aug 2022

SUD Outcomes Network Releases Annual Report

Made up of six behavioral health providers aimed at supporting patient change through research, The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Outcomes Network is excited to release its 2021 Outcomes Report. This report details findings from a measurement program that collects data on patient outcomes post-treatment. From its development and maintenance...

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2 Aug 2022

Cumberland Heights August Newsletter – How Art Impacts Recovery

Cumberland Heights August Newsletter - How Art Impacts Recovery The Cumberland Heights August newsletter features how the arts impact recovery. The newsletter includes information regarding how we use the arts here at Cumberland Heights to help people with their recovery as well as some resources. Click here to read it!

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13 Apr 2022

TV News Coverage: Artist Creates Portrait of Recovery Dog

TV News Coverage: Artist Creates Portrait of Recovery Dog who Helped Them During Treatment Story By: Forrest Sanders When Aerin Williams first entered treatment for substance use disorder, she had lost all of her passion for drawing. But then she met Teague. Teague is the best bud of everyone at Cumberland Heights,...

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17 Nov 2021

TV News Coverage: Breakfast of Champions Event Featuring Vanderbilt Basebal...

TV News Coverage: Breakfast of Champions Event Featuring Vanderbilt Baseball Coach Tim Corbin is Huge Success Hundreds of people helped raise money on Friday morning to help those dealing with substance use disorders. Cumberland Heights, a nonprofit organization that helps lead individuals to sobriety, hosted “Breakfast of Champions.” The event supports...

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27 Oct 2021

TV News Coverage: Cumberland Heights Chief Medical Officer Says Opioid Cris...

TV News Coverage: Cumberland Heights Chief Medical Officer Says Opioid Crisis is Unlike Anything He's Ever Seen Dr. Chapman Sledge sees the opioid crisis from another perspective as the chief medical officer at Cumberland Heights Treatment Center. He says the current opioid and drug crisis is unlike anything he’s ever seen. “We used to talk about...

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25 Oct 2021

TV News Coverage: TV News Coverage: Anti-Anxiety Pill Overdoses Multiply Du...

TV News Coverage: Anti-Anxiety Pill Overdoses Multiply During Pandemic Doctors commonly prescribe Benzodiazepines, highly addictive anxiety medications that, when abused, can have life-altering consequences. "We've seen overdose rates increase across the board." Dr. Chapman Sledge, Chief Medical Officer at drug addiction treatment center Cumberland Heights, said. Sledge said the social isolation brought on...

International Overdose Awareness Day
31 Aug 2021

Cumberland Heights Honors International Overdose Awareness Day 2021

Honoring International Overdose Awareness Day Cumberland Heights is honoring International Overdose Awareness Day, the world’s largest annual campaign to end overdose, remember without stigma those who have died and acknowledge the grief of family and friends left behind. We asked a few of our employees what this day means to...

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