The Posting Board Announces Launch of New Resource Website for Addiction and Mental Health Professionals

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<0> The Posting BoardStephanie Smith D’Andrea, 1-888-988-7678 </0>

, “Treatments One Stop Resource Site,” is excited to announce the launch of this very unique website for professionals in the and .

With in depth knowledge of the industry, The Posting Board was created specifically with treatment professionals in mind. “The goal here”, says Director of Marketing “Is to assist and alleviate the time spent looking for information and resources that are pertinent to treatment providers and the clients they tirelessly serve.”

”This is not a field you work in and look at as just a job," says Stephanie. “You become connected with others and their well being. Their success becomes very important to you.” Helping clients become successful means connecting them with additional resources but it is not always easy to find qualified services. The vast amount of information found on the Internet can be overwhelming and hard to discern.

The Posting Board understands the need to have a “One Stop Resource Site” where treatment professionals can find helpful services for their clients as well as information to support them professionally in this ever-changing field. This is what makes The Posting Board exceptionally unique; it provides those resources for treatment providers. Here they have the ability to search up coming trainings and conferences to further their education, promote their business, search employment and much more.

This dynamic website is to use and for programs interested in listing services.

Visit The Posting Board at to see how this innovative site will save professionals valuable time by connecting “All Things Treatment.”

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