to recognize successful addiction treatment for clients by staging advance screenings
Mission Viejo, CA November 11, 2016- 449 Recovery, an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment center located in south Orange County, has announced it will be staging a sneak peek screening for its clients and staff on Thursday, December 15 for the latest installment in the blockbuster Star Wars franchise, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”. The progressive, locally-owned treatment center prides itself on assisting both the family and those who suffer directly from substance abuse, and has chosen to premier the latest Star Wars film as a way to celebrate sobriety with clients who have completed at least 30 days of treatment. According to Vito Tassone, Chief Marketing Officer of 449 Recovery, creating an event around the Star Wars franchise provides a great opportunity to bring clients and stuff together in a fun, premier-like environment. “It is always challenging for those suffering from substance abuse to achieve a complete recovery. We want to acknowledge the progress our client are making and thank our staff by staging a special night for them that promises a lot of fun.”
Attire for the Hollywood-style event will include an option for appropriate Star Wars costume apparel, and 449 Recovery has secured the Krikorian San Clemente Cinema 6 theaters for the occasion, allowing the guests and staff to see the latest Star Wars film in a premium-like setting with state-of-the-art digital video projection and surround sound audio.
About 449 Recovery
Located in Mission Viejo, CA, 449 Recovery is a drug and alcohol treatment center designed to help both the family and the substance abuser in need of recovery. A unique aspect of the organization’s success stems from the program’s alumni, who have the opportunity to stay involved by coming back to serve those who are just entering the program. This approach helps foster a family environment, leading to a more effective overall treatment and recovery outcome for clients. Learn more about complete recovery at 449recovery.org.