“New Bridge Foundation is a non-profit drug and alcohol treatment agency serving adults in the Bay Area. Programs include both residential and outpatient services in a warm and caring environment. Founded in 1968, New Bridge Foundation utilizes state of the art treatment modalities and evidence-based practices to ensure the best success rates.”
San Francisco, CA July 3, 2013 – Dr. Abby Medcalf, Program Development Director at NBF announced the launch of the New Bridge Foundation, Inc website. The new website features a blog that allows New Bridge to easily communicate their goals with clients while highlighting new perspectives on a variety of rehabilitation trends. The new blog also provides clients with company news keeping readers up to date on new services and events.
The website is one of the many pieces for an entirely new branding strategy that includes an updated logo in addition to integration to several social media applications such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
New Bridge Foundation’s website has been updated with more thorough information about their programs, but also with an emphasis on education and inspiration. CEO, Kosta Markakis states, “As one of the oldest drug and alcohol rehabs in California, we see it as part of our mission to not only offer the highest quality services, but to help the public understand addiction and its effects on the body, mind, and spirit. Addicts and their families can, and do, recover, but they need the right tools and support.”
Through the use of a new website New Bridge Foundation offers its visitors the most up-to-date information in the most user-friendly, state-of-the-art format. Not only is the new site a good resource for clients but also potential clients, colleagues, and the news media.
About New Bridge Foundation:
New Bridge Foundation is licensed and certified by the State of California and has the highest accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Housed in mansions nestled in the Berkeley Hills, New Bridge is adjacent to the UC campus, and easily accessible by public transportation. Their central location allows for family involvement and the ability to build a positive community close to home, both key factors in recovery and long-term sobriety. For more information visit www.newbridgefoundation.org or call 800-785-2400. Assessments are free, call today.
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