29 Jan Fresh-Squeezed
Citrus Studios Helps Authentic Recovery Center Launch New Website to Bridge Massive “Treatment Gap” for Americans Needing Treatment for Drug and/or Alcohol Addiction
The Authentic Recovery Center is a residential treatment program based in Los Angeles that is committed to helping addicts turn their lives around and achieve long-term sobriety through a variety of treatment programs. ARC also wants to de-stigmatize addiction so that Americans are more willing to get treatment and so that recovering addicts are more openly received back in the workplace once sober.
They aim to do both through their newly-launched website designed by Citrus Studios.
ARC came to Citrus Studios for website and logo rebranding last year. Citrus created a modern streamlined look for the ARC logo and restructured the site’s website architecture for an intuitive user experience that allowed those looking for recovery options easy access to the information they seek.
Authentic Recovery Center’s new website is easy to navigate and geared at both those struggling with addiction, and family and friends.
At www.arctreatment.com, they can:
• Find detailed information about drug and alcohol rehabilitation services ARC offers
• Learn about the Authentic Recovery Center’s dual diagnosis approach to treatment that treats the addiction and underlying psychological issues, offering the greatest potential to achieving long-term recovery
• Tour the ARC residential treatment facilities
• Get answers to frequently asked questions.
• Verify that their insurance will cover their treatment.
• Find contact information quickly
ARC offers both in-patient and outpatient drug treatment and alcohol treatment programs using a combination of clinical, behavioral, and pharmacological techniques and approaches. ARC founder Jon Esformes was honored this month by Beit T’Shuvah, a well-respected non-profit recovery and community organization, at its 23rd Annual Gala, Roads to Redemption.
Esformes founded ARC after recovering from his own addiction. In the years since recovering, he has become an inspiration to many through his work with the recovery community and for his work on behalf of farm workers in the U.S. He most recently appeared in documentary Food Chains (http://www.foodchainsfilm.com ) (executive produced by Eric Schlosser (Food, Inc., Fast Food Nation) and Eva Longoria) to talk about mistreatment of farm workers and efforts to improve working conditions.
“We honor Jon not just as a model of recovery that we would like to emulate, but as a human rights activist whose successful recovery has affected thousands of lives,” Beit T’Shuvah said in its announcement of the award.