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Passages Malibu Announces its Sobriety, Health, and Wellness Social Media Survey
Date:5/19/2013

Malibu, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2013

Passages Malibu, the leading non-12 step, holistic, and non-disease model addiction treatment center, has announced this week the launch of a “Sobriety, Health, and Wellness” survey conducted completely through the brands’ social media channels. “We are always looking for new ways to engage with the addiction treatment community and to get feedback regarding sobriety, what’s working for people, and what isn’t,” said Pax Prentiss, CEO and co-founder of the Passages Addiction Treatment Centers located in Malibu and Ventura, California. “One of our top priorities has always been to give back to our clients, alumni, and the entire sober community, and we plan to achieve this by hearing their opinions and addressing their needs.”

The survey will span over a two week period and consist of questions and polls aimed at Passages’ alumni, staff, individuals in recovery, and fans of the brand. The feedback will then be compiled, repurposed and used to improve upon and reflect the needs of the community.

Passages Malibu has always been a pioneer in the addiction treatment industry, being the first treatment center of its kind to offer customized, one-on-one, holistic program based on a non-disease based philosophy. The company’s reputation as an innovator and community leader has led them to conduct several engagement projects over the years, including numerous book giveaways and other outreach programs.

“We are presenting this survey in the social media format so that people can share the sober experience and discuss it in a positive, open manner,” explained Prentiss. “We encourage people to participate in this survey so we can continue t
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