Scott Allen, Chief of Police
153 Central St.
East Bridgewater, MA 02333
For Immediate Release
Friday, March 3, 2017
Contact: John Guilfoil
EB Hope Unveils New Website Design
EAST BRIDGEWATER – Police Chief Scott Allen and East Bridgewater Help Outreach Prevention Education (EB HOPE) Director Susan Silva are pleased to announce a new website design for the non-profit organization aimed at helping those suffering from the disease of addiction.
On the new ebhopes.net site, interested parties can easily obtain information about upcoming events, read the latest news from EB HOPE, obtain vital resources, learn about access to treatment, and hear real stories of hope and recovery from the region. The website is also optimized for mobile devices and incorporates social media.
“EB HOPE provides assistance to anyone affected by the substance use epidemic. We bring together the best resources in the area and aggressively reach out to the community so that everyone is aware that recovery is possible,” Chief Allen said. “Our new website gives us a modern tool to aid in our outreach and education efforts.”
The site includes an integrated events calendar detailing all of EB HOPE’s Outreach Drop-in Center times and locations and a news blog for the latest posts and news releases from the organization.
The website was offered free of charge by a local design studio, Culp Design, based in East Bridgewater. EB Hope would like to thank Culp Design and Stephen Culp for the design work.
“Our friends and sponsors help ensure that EB HOPE’s funds always go toward program services,” Silva said. “Please support and patronize them, as they have been very generous to us!”
EB HOPE’s sponsors include Culp Design, the East Bridgewater Business Association, John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC, Teamsters Local 653, The Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater, Batti’s Auto Body, Everett’s Auto Parts, Kingston Propane, and Bridgewater Savings.