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Seabrook House appoints national marketing director

October 1, 2010
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Seabrook, NJ — Seabrook House is excited to announce the appointment of Jo Coen as the new national marketing director. Experienced colleagues in the addiction treatment field know of Coen's impressive 30-plus year career devoted to building referring and patient placement relationships between America's most esteemed treatment organizations and professionals seeking care for their clients.

"Jo Coen is the most effective marketing professional in our field," said Matthew Wolf, vice president of business development. "She is well respected and known for her extraordinary integrity, helping families find the help that is best for their loved one."

Ms. Coen's joining Seabrook House represents a major commitment to the 36-year old treatment organization's national marketing strategy. She will lead a team that includes Mary Ellen Connolly, Pat Connors and Zina Rodriquez.

Seabrook House recently opened its newly redesigned 42,000 square-foot Recovery Center to house its new long-term primary treatment program for women. The New Jersey facility is undergoing a significant expansion on its 40-acre campus, soon to double in size, offering gender-specific detoxification and primary treatment for men and women. Seabrook House also provides transitional living for men in recovery at its north central Pennsylvania Seabrook West facility.

This is the second high-profile addition to the Seabrook House team recently. Earlier this month, Stephanie Loebs, BSN, executive director of The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place, was named vice president of treatment services.

"We are focusing our efforts on taking patient care and business development to the next level, and these two distinguished professionals will help us achieve that objective," Wolf said.

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