Burning Tree Unveils New Infographic Supporting Long-Term Treatment
Burning Tree announces the launch and implementation of a visual aid on their study on success rates, utilizing an infographic for families and those in need of addiction help.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 04, 2012
Burning Tree, a long-term, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in Texas, is please to announce it has created a custom infographic to support its ongoing message about the substantial value of its program. This visual representation of a four-year study compares the success rates of short-term treatment of other programs with the long-term treatment at Burning Tree. Following a 30-day program, the success rate of treatment after a year is 31 percent, while results of the four-year study show Burning Tree´s success rate is more than double that amount at 73 percent.
The short term success rate is illustrated by three silhouetted figures standing side by side and next to the image of seven crosses signifying the alcohol-related and drug-related deaths of seven people. Crosses were chosen to represent an unexpected death, the kind associated with an overdose or an accident caused by driving under the influence. The long-term success rate of Burning Tree´s program appears below with seven silhouetted figures standing alongside only three crosses.
Accompanying a marketing message with a memorable visual component will aide in delivering vital information about recovery results to those persons making critical decisions about which treatment resources are most suitable for the individual. The program at Burning Tree is designed for the person experiencing a chronic relapse despite numerous attempts at recovery, and the infographic contains this branding message at the bottom.
One key aspect of treatment at Burning Tree stems from a dual diagnosis to determine if a previously undiagnosed mental health disorder may be coinciding with and contributing to the inability to achieve and maintain sobriety. Following the dual diagnosis with an integrated treatment program is what allows Burning Tree to achieve the success results among people who complete the “entire Continuum of Care” referenced as well in the new infographic.
The infographic, found online at http://www.burningtree.com/success-rates/, is available for use by journalists and content producers and can be saved in a suitable format for use. Courtesy for the image should accompany its use with credit given to Burning Tree. More information about Burning Tree is available by phone at 866-287-2877.
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