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Dr. Tom Britton and Gateway Alum Discuss The Opioid Crisis

Dr. Britton and Gateway Alum Discuss Opioid Crisis

Gateway President and CEO Dr. Thomas Britton and Gateway alum Nick spoke to Niala Boodhoo on Illinois Public Media’s The 21st show to discuss the current opioid crisis and Nick’s journey to recovery. To listen to the podcast, click here. “It destroyed everything.” Nick’s addiction had severe consequences. It damaged his relationships with family and loved ones. He found himself in…

Wellness Wednesday: Gateway Swansea Adds Free Acupuncture Service, acupuncture swansea

Free Acupuncture at Swansea

Gateway Swansea is now officially offering acupuncture every Tuesday evening as part of its regular addiction treatment programming. Dr. Eric Waltemate will provide free acupuncture to every patient who signs up. What is acupuncture? Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine practice that has gained popularity in the United States over the past decade. Historians believe the practice originated in China…

Gateway Director of Events Marty Cook and alum Nick, Share Their Thoughts on Life After Recovery

Gateway Director of Events Marty Cook and alum Nick, Share Their Thoughts on Life After Recovery

For WBEZ’s final Voice of Chicagoland’s Opioid Crisis segment, host Jennifer White spoke to Gateway Director of Events Marty Cook and alum Nick about young people and life after recovery. To listen to the segment, click here. “I just imagine that the power, particularly for younger people, to walk into a room and they think their life is over because they’ll…

Dr. Britton and Gateway Alum Broadcast Insights on Opioid Crisis

Dr. Britton and Gateway Alum Broadcast Insights on the Opioid Crisis

Justin Kaufmann spoke to Gateway President and CEO Dr. Thomas Britton and Gateway alum Spencer  on WGN’s “The Download” for insights on the opioid crisis, how we can combat it, and Spencer’s journey to recovery. Biggest takeaways: “A criminal problem rather than a public health problem” Dr. Britton mentions how more government funding is being allocated to law enforcement…