Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute

Mandy Sladky MSN, RN, CARN

Mandy Sladky is a nurse specialist in substance use disorders (SUD) and works as a Clinical Project Manager with ADAI’s Center for Community-Engaged Drug Education, Epidemiology and Research (CEDEER). Her work includes supporting the development, implementation, and evaluation of clinical programs related to substance use, overdose, medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD), and harm reduction. 

Mandy also acts as CEDEER’s clinical consultant for Public Health—Seattle & King County’s Overdose Prevention and Response team, and was formerly a Public Health Nurse at King County’s low barrier MOUD clinic, Pathways, located in downtown Seattle. Her commitment to delivering dignified, respectful, and quality healthcare to all is evident in her approach to destigmatizing SUD and enhancing services for individuals who use drugs and those with intersecting marginalized identities.


Clinical Project Manager, CEDEER

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