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Recovery Month Tools Encourage Patients to #sharethehope By Bringing A Friend

by Carol Fite Lynn | Aug 28, 2019

Last week Center Managers received an email from the Marketing & Communications team containing a variety of resources to use at your local centers for National Recovery Month, which is recognized annually during the month of September. These customizable tools highlight a #sharethehope campaign encouraging existing patients to bring a friend to their next visit to share the hope that CleanSlate services offer or to fill out a "Bring A Friend" card directing their friends to walk into their local CleanSlate to learn more about our high-quality, evidenced-based treatment options.

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The #sharethehope posters and "Bring A Friend" cards pictured above will ship directly to your local centers to be displayed together in a high traffic patient area. Additionally, each center will receive the #sharethehope bracelets pictured below to hand out to patients. Please encourage your teams to speak with patients about the #sharethehope campaign by encouraging them to fill out a card, asking them to bring a friend to their next visit, and giving them a bracelet as a reminder. 

Recovery Month bracelet

Look for more details on how to use additional Recovery Month resources each week in the Warriors for Hope News. 

Don't forget to share any National Recovery Month activity photos with us to include in upcoming blog posts and Warriors for Hope News features. 

Please direct any questions about the #sharethehope campaign or National Recovery Month resources to communications@cleanslatecenters.com.

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Carol Fite Lynn

Carol Fite Lynn is the Director of Communications for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.

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