Jeff Crider: (760) 469-5905
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REHABILITATION CLINIC IS HIRING BILINGUAL THERAPISTS TO BETTER SERVE THE HISPANIC COMMUNITIES OF MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES
MURRIETA, Calif., Dec. 5, 2008 – A Better Tomorrow, a fast growing Southern California-based rehabilitation center, is seeking bilingual therapists to better serve the Hispanic communities of Mexico and the United States.
“Every week we get calls from Hispanic people seeking help for their addictions,” said Sylvia Reynolds, a bilingual therapist from A Better Tomorrow with nearly two decades of experience in counseling.
“And these calls are not just from people in the United States,” Reynolds said. “We are also receiving calls from people from all over Mexico, including the Federal District, because of the relative shortage of high quality addiction treatment facilities in Mexico. That’s why we’re looking for more bilingual therapists to help us better serve the Hispanic communities from both countries.”
A Better Tomorrow is attracting Spanish speaking clientes from Mexico and the United States through its website, www.adicciondedrogas.com, and through a Google advertising program based on specific keyword searches, said Jerrod Menz, A Better Tomorrow’s president and director of business development.
Josie Gann, a bilingual program manager and cofounder of A Better Tomorrow, said addition is an illness without borders and that A Better Tomorrow is doing everything possible to help its clients from Mexico who are looking for medical and psychological solutions to control their addictions.
A Better Tomorrow provides residential and outpatient treatment programs for individuals suffering from alcohol and gambling addictions as well as addictions to illegal and prescription drugs. Residential programs are typically provided in 30-, 60- and 90-day increments with the length of stay reflecting the severity of the addiction and the level of treatment needed to efficiently reintegrate the patient back into society.
For more information on A Better Tomorrow, call (55) 8525-6936 from Mexico. Reporters who would like to schedule interviews with directors or therapists from A Better Tomorrow can do so by calling Jeff Crider in California at (760) 469-5905 or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.