SpringBoard Recovery, Scottsdale, Arizona, a drug and alcohol rehab facility, is very pleased to announce Steve Laats as its new President.
Online PR News – 20-March-2021 – Scottsdale, Arizona – A spokesperson for SpringBoard Recovery said, “Both Steve’s professional and personal values exactly mirror our core values here at SpringBoard Recovery – a truly compassionate voice for those who desperately need to hear one, a constant desire for excellence, and to act as a pathway for those struggling with substance use disorders.”
“Steve Laats meets these criteria and more as we look forward to building and growing even further from the work of our founders.”
President Steve Laats declared, “It is an absolute honor to be selected to lead SpringBoard Recovery – an organization with a growing national reputation for excellence, innovation, and quality in drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation and care. I am grateful for the opportunity to help SpringBoard further realize its founders’ values of providing an industry-leading level of care for those individuals who come to us find a life free from the unbearable chains of substance addiction.”
About SpringBoard Recovery
A “Refreshingly Human” Approach to Treatment
One year after opening, in 2015, SpringBoard Recovery was in a position to begin hiring Masters-level licensed therapists, and so, a year later, were subsequently able to offer Partial Hospitalization Programs to those in need of the best in intensive program care.
Recognition for SpringBoard’s professionalism and high care standards was realized in 2017 when they were awarded the Gold Seal from The Joint Commission, the country’s leading healthcare accreditation organization.
In 2018, SpringBoard was able to offer the comprehensive and innovative Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) for those patients whose substance addiction was rooted in previous traumatic experiences, and, within 2 years, in 2020, SpringBoard Recovery was formally rebranded “Refreshingly Human,” amid new investment.
One of SpringBoard’s core values is a simple one – to create a safe and nurturing environment that does not focus on shame and guilt as a means for change.