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50 Addiction Facts in 50 Days to Celebrate 50 Years of Spectrum Health Systems

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Published On: May 8th, 2019Categories: Addiction, News, Spectrum Corrections

50 days from today, the team at Spectrum Health Systems will be celebrating the company’s 50th anniversary. Since our inception, we’ve seen a lot of positive changes in the addiction treatment field and recovery community. While many improvements have been made, there’s still much work to be done.

We’ve worked tirelessly to continuously adapt and provide the continuum of services our communities need, and we’ve been on the front lines of the opioid epidemic since it began. We’ve learned a lot over the years, and to help celebrate our upcoming anniversary, we’ll be sharing 50 facts about addiction on our social media channels for the next 50 days. Follow along on Facebook or Instagram!

Thank you to each of our employees, partners, community members and clients for 50 inspiring years. We look forward to the changes we’ll make together in the next 50.

If you or a loved one needs help for addiction, call us today at (800) 366-7732.

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