January 31, 2018
Outreach, a premier provider and champion of quality, life-changing drug and alcohol abuse treatment and training services in New York City and Long Island, announces the launch of its newly redesigned website – opiny.org.
“We are excited to introduce a brand new website that truly reflects the direction in which Outreach continues to grow and enhance the services under our mission,” said Kathleen A. Riddle, President/CEO. “This new website provides an enriching digital experience for people seeking help, partners in the behavioral health field, family members, the media, prospective training participants, and many other visitors interested in learning about Outreach’s services.”
The website was designed in keeping with Outreach’s evolving communications strategy, incorporating responsive and clean design, easier access to the rich continuum of treatment and training services offered, and improved functionality, enabling a dynamic experience for visitors. Outreach worked closely with Brooklyn-based web design firm, Social Ink.
This is only the first phase of Outreach’s website launch, as the organization will roll out additional enhanced features in coming stages, including a more interactive and automated fundraising capability, and a more seamless registration and application experience for individuals interested in Outreach Training Institute. Visitors are encouraged to check in at opiny.org regularly, and follow Outreach on Facebook or Twitter for updates, with the handle @OutreachNY.
Over 35 years ago, Outreach opened its doors as a small assessment and referral center to engage people in the community struggling with addiction to seek help. Since then, its mission evolved to meet more needs and more communities. Today, Outreach inspires adolescents, adults, and their families to achieve a life of unlimited potential through high-quality, evidence-based substance abuse treatment and training programs throughout New York City and Long Island.
About Social Ink
Social Ink is a design, user experience (UX), and development firm based in Dumbo, Brooklyn. For over ten years they have worked with progressive, purpose-driven organizations—from non-profits/NGOs and foundations to civic community initiatives and educational institutions—to create beautiful, high performance websites. Alongside their nonprofit focused work, they engage with select small business clients, typically in the creative arts and publishing.