Artwork by former CADT client.
An art therapist is available in our Residential Program, as well as our Marty Mann House and Howard Friese House Extended Care Programs to help clients find a creative outlet. These are a few pieces clients from various programs would like to share.
Since 2011, our adopted dog Marty has been making residents feel at home with his own brand of love and humor. He is part hound and part Labrador as well as one big gentle giant.
The first Gary Olson Leadership Award honors its namesake DULUTH, Minn. — The Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health (MARRCH) presented a new award at this year’s 44th Annual MARRCH Conference held in St. Paul last week. MARRCH President Karen Edens announced that the Gary Olson Leadership Award has been created and
DULUTH, MINN—The Twin Port’s first Walk for Recovery will take place Saturday, September 14. Sponsored by the Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment (CADT), the two-mile walk will begin in Canal Park and proceed down Duluth’s Lakewalk. “The Walk for Recovery is for the whole community,” said Tina Silverness, CADT chief operating officer. “It’s meant
DULUTH, MINN. —August 1, 2013. The Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment (CADT), headquartered in Duluth, opened an outpatient substance abuse treatment program at Lake View Hospital in Two Harbors, this past Tuesday, August 6, 2013. “We are proud to be able to bring hope and help to people in Two Harbors and the surrounding
DULUTH, MINN. June 3, 2013. The Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment (CADT) announced this week that the renovations needed to transform the Prindle Mansion into a residential treatment center for women recovering from alcohol and drug problems will begin this week. Several phases are involved with the project, including bringing the home up to