The Council on Recovery’s New Website!

The Council on Recovery’s newly redesigned website has just launched to an overwhelmingly positive response from Council constituents and site visitors.

Many months in the making, The Council’s website has been redesigned to create an engaging experience for visitors while providing immediate help those seeking it.  The site’s landing page now contains “Get Help Now” buttons to get immediate access to The Council’s services in-person, or by phone, messaging, or email. Individuals can request help for themselves, families can seek help for a loved one, and there’s even a simple “Do I have a problem?” self-quiz.

Navigation on the site has been improved to make getting around easier and more intuitive. All of The Council’s programs and services pages are well-identified and laid-out, and many contain links to PDFs of brochures, flyers, and other descriptive materials. The site contains a history of The Council’s rich 70-year history, as well as an active newsroom and robust resources section full of publications, research, and statistics.

The revamped website is also now a one-stop source for information about all of the events sponsored and hosted by The Council. Starting with our Spring and Fall luncheons, the website provides specific details about these popular fundraising events and allows for quick and easy on-line registration. In addition, the “Events” section of the site lists the full range of classes, workshops, and lectures. There is also a complete schedule of the myriad of Twelve Step meetings held at The Council.

The Council’s new Blog page is a vital source of information, as well as a source of inspiration, guidance, and support for all-things-recovery. The page will also feature guest bloggers on a wide range of recovery-themed topics and will keep readers well-informed on important issues that really matter.

The Council’s website is now broadly linked with a variety of the most popular social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. We invite and appreciate everyone’s involvement with The Council through these and other social media, and we welcome everyone’s comments, questions, and suggestions at our Contact Us page.

Visit The Council on Recovery’s website today and let us know what you think!