United States – 04-18-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — GRYYT, LLC, a social impact communications company helping nonprofits tackle the world’s greatest socioeconomic and quality of life challenges, today announced advances in their partnership with the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse. GCSA’s approach is groundbreaking as it is the first state government entity of its kind to focus attention on recovery, rather than solely on addiction. The partnership between GRYYT and the GCSA aligns with GRYYT’s corporate initiative in the addiction recovery space. GRYYT announced their intention to commit resources to the addiction recovery challenges as a corporate initiative last month.
GRYYT works with a wide variety of nonprofits, many of whom are addressing addiction recovery. “GRYYT is a powerhouse when it comes to execution. We’re bringing our enterprise and business operations experience to bear on the toughest social challenges. Look at the career of our Board member Jeff Burton,” Stephen Deason proudly notes. “He has exuded excellence in all he has accomplished, and actively encourages GRYYT to be a company that makes a difference. We intend to do just that.”
GRYYT is an agency for nonprofits and for-purpose organizations. We are comprised of our team, our partners, and our community. We are committed to solving the world’s biggest challenges. We embody GRIT in all that we do. We believe in exceptional service experiences, in the way we work together, the way we engage, the way we partner, and the people they serve. Visit us at gryyt.com.
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