Addiction Treatment Centers New Ads Highlight Realities of Addiction
Authored by Vlad Grubyy
A treatment center with eight east coast locations and headquarters in King of Prussia, PA last week rolled out a bold new television and social media ad campaign they’re calling “The Reality of Addiction: I Wish I Knew.” The campaign hits hard amid a national opioid epidemic that is killing 130 Americans every day and has received passionate feedback from audiences.
Addiction Treatment Center New Ads Highlight Realities of Addiction
“The spots are graphic, they’re edgy, and, for some, they’re a bit shocking,” says William Cassidy, Creative Director for Recovery Centers of America (RCA), the treatment center behind the ads. “This was intentional, to be clear. We believe that, as a leading provider of substance abuse treatment and a company with an unquestionably large platform, we must expand the conversation around addiction and recovery to save lives.”
Many families suffer in silence and, sometimes, are in denial that their loved one has a problem, or do not realize the seriousness of it. Many are afraid to seek help or don’t know where to turn, explains Cassidy. The fact is that addiction does not discriminate and that the refusal or inability to acknowledge its severity can have fatal consequences. Addiction does not have a uniform look, and the ad is meant to remind people that, with 72,000 Americans losing their lives to addiction last year, if you see symptoms of addiction in a loved one, there is help out there.
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