Into Action Sponsors Film Festival in Hollywood, Florida

Into Action Treatment served as a sponsor at this year's Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival to raise awareness about drug and alcohol abuse.

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By sponsoring events like the film festival, we hope to eliminate the stigma that is often associated with abuse.

Hollywood, FL (PRWEB) November 15, 2013

Into Action Treatment participated as a sponsor of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. The event, which ran this year from October 18 to November 11, is a world-class venture designed to attract film lovers throughout Florida.

By sponsoring an event that has become a fixture in region, the facility aimed to raise awareness of drug and alcohol abuse. Into Action has sponsored a number of similar events over the course of the year. The company was involved with a Sonia Lee performance and a solemn candlelight vigil, among others.

“While we are dedicated to helping patients improve their lives, we are also passionate about reaching out to others in the community. A close association with the wonderfully run Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival should allow us to continue reaching men and women who are struggling with addiction,” said Andrey Rossin, CEO of Into Action Treatment.

“By sponsoring events like the film festival, we hope to eliminate the stigma that is often associated with abuse. The International Film Festival, which celebrates the majesty of the visual arts, is a key component of our outreach. As a forward-thinking Florida drug rehab facility, Into Action is excited about serving the community in the months and years ahead,” he added.

About Into Action Treatment
Into Action Treatment uses both individual and group therapy sessions to help addicts overcome their demons. Men and women engage in intensive sessions that teach them how to cope with their addictive tendencies. By embarking on a spiritual journey that will hopefully end with sobriety and optimism, patients can go on to live meaningful lives without drugs and alcohol.


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