Putting Your Rehab in Front of the Public
Table of Contents
- Putting Your Rehab in Front of the Public
- What is the ‘Get Found’ Contest?
- 3 Ways Press Releases Produce Results for Rehabs
- How to Enter the ‘Get Found’ Giveaway
- A Few Tips for Winning Our Press Release Promotion
- When Timing is Essential: Our Paid Press Release Offers
- Put Your Facility on the Map: Submit Your Entry Now!
- FAQs on ‘Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs’
You already know how hard it can be to get your message out. Whether you own a small facility, a series of locations, or even sober living residences, the digital landscape for rehabs is a very crowded place.
With Google changing on daily basis, and the rise of AI content creation tools, it can feel impossible to get visitors to your site or get people aware of your events and efforts.
This is where Find Addiction Rehabs comes in, with our new ‘Get Found’ monthly press release giveaway!
By providing a short blurb about what your center does and why you’d like to win a free (500+ outlet) press release, you can gain valuable exposure and visibility, not to mention drive calls and clicks.
Keep reading, and we’ll explore how the contest works and outline all the ways getting a press release can benefit your facility!
What is the ‘Get Found’ Contest?
Find Addiction Rehabs is a nationwide resource for mental health, dual diagnosis, and addiction treatment. The site also features a growing directory of accredited rehabs, with detailed information on their offerings. The core mission of Find Addiction Rehabs is to support individuals struggling with addiction in finding the help they need. Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs is a contest that Find Addiction Rehabs hosts every month.
Addiction treatment centers, peer recovery facilities, sober homes, and those with a recovery message to promote (and a physical location of services) can submit a press release summary. Each month the winner will be given a ‘written for you’ press release or can author their own. Your press release will then have a GMB embedded (when desired) along with video insertion and a featured image of your choice. Among the sites that carry your press release are dozens of local news affiliates, heavy hitters like Digital Journal, Street Insider, and many hundreds of others as well!
3 Ways Press Releases Produce Results for Rehabs
Using press releases to promote your behavioral healthcare facility helps in several ways. Of course, there is the immediate effect of having your announcement, event, or new offering hit the first page of Google’s results within a day. And that’s just the start. Let’s dive deeper into a trio of benefits that our press release services offer your site and facility.
1) Increased Visibility and Authority
Winning our monthly Get Found with FAR giveaway means that your addiction treatment center or sober living home will be featured prominently in its own press release. This increased visibility can help the center attract new clients and improve its overall online presence, by adding to the authority of the site gained from the many sites featuring your release. In the past we’ve had our press release services picked up Benzinga, Business Insider, Bloomberg News, and others. Though we can’t guarantee such placement, we can say with certainty your release will be picked up by at least 500 sites, with millions of potential readers.
2) Improved Search Results
With their winning press release, facilities will instantly improve their organic results. Your press release will include the keywords and links that matter to you, which overnight can give you a presence among the most difficult terms Google searchers look for. If you’ve done research, and know what you’d like to be found for, that’s wonderful. If not, don’t worry, we can and will help your press release align with best practices for ongoing organic success!
3) Cost Effective Advertising
Submitting a press release summary to our Get Found with FAR promotional offer is completely free. Your behavioral health facility gains valuable exposure without spending a cent. Of course, we can’t simply give away value-packed pressers to everyone, so make sure your summary hits the sweet spots and shows a solid sense of your target audience to win over our judging panel.
How to Enter the ‘Get Found’ Giveaway
Entering Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs is easy. An official representative of the facility simply fills out our submission form and provides an email address that indicates your attachment to the organization. If you do not have an email with your facility name (i.e., [email protected]) then we may ask for some form of verification like a LinkedIn profile or similar that verifies your association.
We ask for a summary alone, which should be between 45 and 100 words and include all the applicable details of your intended press release. If this is an event-based press release, be sure to apply at least (60) days in advance, in order to ensure your summary is reviewed and, if selected, to give time for publishing of your release.
A Few Tips for Winning Our Press Release Promotion
To increase your chances of winning the ‘Get Found’ promotion, keep in mind the following tips:
Your press release summary should provide useful information: whether about the launch of your facility, a new location, or an updated program. Worth noting is that this can include information about the center’s treatment philosophy, staff and team member accomplishments, and success rates backed up by verifiable data.
When crafting a press release summary, make it engaging and easy to read. Try to avoid too much jargon and use clear language. With only 45 to 100 words, make each one count, and let us know why your potential topic matters to you!
The press release summary, as well as the ideas entailed, should be original and unique. It should not be a regurgitation of existing materials, or a copy of content found on your website or anywhere else online.
When Timing is Essential: Our Paid Press Release Offers
Through our network of press partners, we are also able to provide same day press release services for those facilities needing to get a message out that is time sensitive. Depending on who you’d like to feature in your press release, our rates vary, but are always affordable and begin at less than $100. Contact us via email to discuss your needs and timetable, and we can help get your message out as soon as the same day!
Put Your Facility on the Map: Submit Your Entry Now!
Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs is a valuable opportunity for your detox, inpatient rehab facility, IOP, or other form of behavioral health facility to your search results and gain exposure.
By submitting a press release summary with our convenient online form, your center will increase visibility, attract new clients, and improve its overall online presence. If you’re a treatment center looking to be seen online, enter our ‘Get Found’ giveaway now!
FAQs on ‘Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs’
How often is the ‘Get Found’ Giveaway held?
Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs is held every month. The winner of the contest will be announced on LinkedIn on the last business day of each calendar month.
Is ‘Get Found with Find Addiction Rehabs’ free to enter?
Yes, our monthly press release promotion is completely free to enter. All that is required is your summary, and a valid email address associated with your treatment center or associated organization.
How long should the press release summary be?
The press release summary should be 45 to 100 words. If your submission is declared the monthly winner, your press release ideal length should be 500 words or less, with a single image allowable, as well as a link to your GMB and video (if desired).
Eric R. hails from Maine and does extensive work in the field of behavioral health as both a professional writer and passionate advocate for those suffering. From his own personal encounters with mental illness, he speaks to those seeking healthy relief from depression and anxiety and embraces wellness both personally and professionally. After losing friends and family to the darkness of suicide, Eric aims to educate and inform about the nature of treatment and render it accessible for all those seeking a way out of darkness and despair.