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Burning Tree hires Aftercare Specialist

September 30, 2012

Burning Tree, a long-term drug and alcohol treatment center in Texas, announces the hiring of Jay Staples.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 30, 2012

Burning Tree, a long-term drug and alcohol treatment center in Texas, announces the hiring of Jay Staples. Staples joins the Burning Tree team in dual roles to play off his experience and passion. As an Aftercare Specialist, Staples will carry a caseload of clients who are transitioning from inpatient treatment to the Burning Tree halfway house. Coaching and guiding clients through the obstacles of early sobriety, Staples will be responsible for executing the treatment plan tailored to that particular client.

Jay Staples will also handle the Digital Marketing Assistant position at Burning Tree. A self-proclaimed “creative out-of-the-box thinking writer,” Staples will assist with marketing, branding, and positioning Burning Tree to individuals and their families who are desperate to seek the long term help that Burning Tree offers.

Staples started writing while in college for his college newspaper, and worked his way up to Sports Editor. From college, Staples went to work for his family´s marketing firm where he quickly became known for his creative approaches to marketing clients. A passion for recovery led Staples to pursue opportunities within the treatment industry before coming to Burning Tree.

Burning Tree maintains two treatment centers in Texas, near Austin and Dallas, providing long-term residential treatment for substance abuse patients from the contiguous U.S. The centers provide a dual diagnosis to determine potential co-occurring mental health disorders and substance abuse. A specialty of treating clients with chronic relapse has made the Burning Tree program highly successful.

A full list of substance abuse services available at Burning Tree can be found online at http://www.burningtree.com. The site also contains resources for understanding addiction and different treatment approaches. Journalists interested in story ideas and potential clients and their family members can reach Burning Tree by contacting the admissions line at 866-287-2877.

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