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Top Florida Drug Rehab Produces 500th Article

03-05-2012 10:25 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Recovery First

Recovery First's Florida drug rehab center announced the production of its 500th article related to addiction and alcoholism this week. The rehab center reported that it began producing professional articles to help patients and their loved ones understand the disease of addiction and be better prepared to receive effective treatment, but never expected to become a leader in published addiction information.

Jim Davis, CEO and founder of the treatment center, stated that the milestone is simply a marker of more to come;

"We're just getting started." He said. "As more and more people integrate the internet in their lives, the opportunities to reach out to those in need increase substantially. Whether in the form of articles about the ravages of crack addiction or how substance abuse affects sex, we want to be there when they need help. Publishing articles helps us to accomplish this task by putting powerful information at their fingertips – free of charge."

Recovery First has a commanding presence on the web as evidenced by the ease with which one can find articles published this leading drug rehab center. Articles range from recognizing and treating the symptoms of Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome to in-depth examinations of the addictions of influential people like Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, and many others.

The Florida treatment center acknowledges that while nearly half of the 500 articles produced are published and found exclusively on the company website, the other half are published in directories and related forums around the world; free from any fees for use and quoting. But when asked about the expense versus the return on such a high volume of published work, Davis makes his mission clear:

"Even if all 500 of the articles we've produced until now and all of the next 500 only helps one person to overcome the disease of addiction, then it's all worth it in the end."

Recovery First's published articles can be found at: http://www.recoveryfirst.org

Recovery First is an aptly named addiction rehab center because we focus on placing your recovery first; one day at a time. To learn more about our success stories or to discover how we can help you or someone you love who is suffering from drug addiction or alcoholism, please contact our intake and assessment team at: 1-800-734-5192 or Email: info@recoveryfirst.org. Or visit us online to request a free consultation: http://www.recoveryfirst.org

Recovery First, INC
4263 Davie Rd. Davie, FL 33314

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