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Recovery goes mobile

September 25, 2012
by Shannon Brys
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The Father Martin’s Ashley Treatment Center rolled out a mobile version of their website and a recovery-support Smartphone app at their Annual Alumni, Family and Friends Reunion.

The streamlined mobile website makes it easier to view and access information about events, provides directions and access to important admissions information and works on iPhones, Droids and   BlackBerry Smartphones.

Designed to support Ashley’s treatment program graduates, their families and friends, the Bridge app is a comprehensive recovery tool for anyone in recovery. The app’s focus is recovery enrichment and   features weekly videos, campus photos, links to helpful recovery resources, a news feed, recovery tips and a fan wall. It is named “Bridge” because it helps create the bridge between treatment and the next steps in recovery.

Both the new mobile website and the Bridge recovery support app make it easier for Ashley alumni to ‘bridge’ the gap from treatment to recovery and both will help those in recovery stay connected and inspired.

The mobile website can be accessed on mobile devices by visiting m.FatherMartinsAshley.org.  The recovery center made The Bridge mobile app available for free dowload in both the iPhone app store and the Droid Market. 

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