BETTER ADDICTION CARE SPONSORS FIRST ANNUAL RYAN J. MANDEL 5K & 1-MILE WALK IN DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA
Deerfield Beach, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/23/2017 --Better Addiction Care, a Deerfield Beach-based marketing company focused on promoting best-in-class and nationally-recognized treatment centers, is proud to be a silver sponsor of the first annual Ryan J. Mandel 5K & 1-Mile Walk. The race was held Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Anchor Park in Delray Beach, FL in memory of Ryan Mandel, who died of a heroin overdose last year. More than 300 attended the inaugural event. Not only was Better Addiction Care a sponsor of the event but more than 15 BAC employees participated.
"We are proud to be a part of the Ryan J. Mandel 5K event, which is benefitting the South Florida community that our headquarters is based in," said Shane SantaCroce, CEO of Better Addiction Care. "Ryan, like so many other young people, suffered from the disease of addiction. We hope events like this will only bring exposure to the importance of getting help from the right people and right places."
This race is the first of an annual event that will be once a year in May, the birth month, of Ryan. Ryan worked a 12 Step Program for almost four years and along the way discovered his passion for helping others. All proceeds of this event will be directed to the "RYAN J. MANDEL" Scholarship Fund, which will be available through the non-profit charity, Wayside House in Delray Beach. The scholarship fund will help people get in to treatment who may not have the opportunity to otherwise.
Juliet Ciambrone, Ryan's mom, who is putting on the event and is also a long-time board member at Wayside House in Delray Beach. Adds: "Ryan loved people and helping them. He was always involved in the community and wanted to make it better. Drug abuse is a community issue. We need a community that can find better ways to communicate with struggling addicts and help find solutions."
To learn more about the Ryan J. Mandel 5K & 1-Mile Walk, click here: https://www.ryanjmandel.com.
Better Addiction Care seeks to be the central aggregator of addiction treatment centers, meaning individuals can come to one place and be paired with a facility that matches their therapy needs, addiction requirements, insurance specifications, location parameters, and more. Better Addiction Care specializes in drug and alcohol treatment, mental health and adolescent care, including dual diagnosis care (i.e. anxiety, depression, trauma, and PTSD). Better Addiction Care, which is focused on providing clients with a tailored roadmap to their recovery, is partnered with a network of facilities, offering a variety of programs in different settings. Essentially, that means when an individual calls Better Addiction Care, they are matched with the RIGHT facility for their needs.
About Better Addiction Care
Better Addiction Care is a nationally recognized network of treatment centers. BAC is focused on patient recovery by utilizing the most advanced methods to provide individuals with the highest quality of treatment care. BAC is committed to the concept that the patient always comes first, in which we begin the process by getting to know the individual, learning their specific needs, determining the best treatment partners and therapies, and most importantly educating and guiding the patient on his or her new path to recovery.
BAC's team of professionals have a combined 100-plus years of experience in the treatment industry. They are highly trained in identifying a patient's needs, as well as matching him or her with the right treatment partner. BAC partners with only the best-in-class treatment and mental health facilities across the country and boasts immediate facility admissions within the company's extensive network of experts in the field. Founded by a team of addiction therapy experts and marketers with a passion for helping others, BAC aims to change and improve the treatment industry so that struggling individuals can get the help that they need both quickly and efficiently.
Learn more at http://www.betteraddictioncare.com.
Visit BAC on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/betteraddictioncare/.