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youturn’s Shay Houser Is Making Addiction Treatment More Accessible

On this podcast episode, which was recorded live on the floor of HLTH in Boston in October, StartUp Health's Logan Plaster sits down with Shay Houser, the CEO and co-founder…
November 8, 2021
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youturn’s Shay Houser Is Making Addiction Treatment More Accessible

On this podcast episode, which was recorded live on the floor of HLTH in Boston in October, StartUp Health’s Logan Plaster sits down with Shay Houser, the CEO and co-founder of YouTurn. Shay and his team are working to fight addiction by making addiction treatment resources more accessible. They’ve recognized that it isn’t just the addicted person who is effected, but a wide community of friends and family, so they’re working with employers to address problems early, and to respond to addiction as a community of support. Shay comes at YouTurn as both a serial entrepreneur and as someone who has struggled with addiction. That combination of tactical and personal experience has helped the startup secure important early partnerships, which Shay discusses in the interview.
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