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The Drug Rehab Agency has solidified an online marketing agreement with Sprout Health Group's Sacramento addiction treatment center, Cedar Point Recovery. "Cedar Point Recovery is the only Sprout Health facility in California, so we are honored and excited to show dramatic growth over the course of our engagement with Sprout Health Group," said Drug Rehab Agency CEO Marcus Hansen. He continued, the increase in addiction-related deaths in the northern California area is extremely troubling. In the past, most residents would head south for treatment.  Now they have an option for a higher level of care, close to home.  We are very excited to start getting the word out to the community that needs it most." Cedar Point Recovery runs several houses in the Sacramento area. Each house is divided by gender and treatment level.  As a full service treatment facility, they offer detox, inpatient, PHP, and outpatient services for those that stay close. Their treatment facilities are elegant and relaxing, without being a vacation home.  What sets Cedar Point apart is their ability to handle dual-diagnosis cases. Dual-diagnosis is a mental illness such as depression or anxiety, plus the use of drug and/or alcohol.  This type of treatment requires a higher level staff to ensure the safety of all residence. Cedar Point Recovery can be reached by calling 866-441-3700 or you can visit them in person at 8950 Cal Center Dr #160, Sacramento, CA 95826.


Receive press releases from Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs: By Email Colorado Springs, CO, April 30, 2017 --( Mr. Holisky previously served as the terminal’s Operations Manager from 2012-2016, at which time he assumed the responsibilities of General Manager of the company’s Boulder Terminal, which had been declining sharply in revenue and fleet size. During his 10-month tenure in that position, Scott drastically reduced the fleet’s response time, increased the rate of accepted trips by more than double, doubled the number of taxis in the fleet, and very quickly turned a faltering terminal into one of the company’s most profitable and efficient. Holisky recently returned to the Springs in an elevated capacity in order to accomplish similar objectives by refocusing the fleet’s perspective, first and foremost, on servicing the community to the highest degree possible. Matthew Drew has assumed the responsibilities of the Colorado Springs terminal’s Director of Marketing. Having previously served in various agency roles for clients such as Chevrolet, McDonald’s, Claritin/Clarinex, and MGM Grand Las Vegas, Drew was most recently the Global Director of Marketing for MGM Hospitality in Las Vegas, China and Vietnam, and brings a hospitality-focused perspective to the taxi business, centered primarily on the customer experience and service delivery. “It’s a very exciting time to be in the taxi business, especially with so many different channels of engagement at our customers’ disposal,” said Drew. “Today, we can’t just rely on the phone as the sole means of connecting passengers and cabs. The technology is available to us, so we’re taking full advantage of it,” he said, referring to Yellow Cab’s zTrip mobile app. “So if you have the app on your phone, just tap the screen any time day or night and a car will be on its way. If not, no problem. You can always still call the dispatch line.” “I’m very excited to be back in Colorado Springs,” Mr. Holisky said. “Yellow Cab has been a part of this community for nearly a century now, and we’ve got a great story to tell – not just as the leading cab company in town, but as employer of administrative and shop staff who’s contributing to the local economy. We’ve also got many full-time drivers who’ve been driving their own businesses with us – some for up to 20 years.” When considering the future of Yellow Cab in the Springs, Holisky adds that “right now is the best time in history to be in this business, and it’s only getting better. We have some of the best in the country driving for us, and we’re expanding our mobility (wheelchair-accessible) fleet to service literally every aspect of our community even better. We’re also extremely excited about our zTrip app, which is only one of many ways you can book a Yellow Cab.” About Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs Yellow Cab was originally incorporated in Colorado on June 19, 1922, and was based in the Broadmoor Garage. The company was granted Colorado Public Utilities Commission Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Number 109. PUC 109 is among the oldest active authorities in Colorado. Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs is prepared when area residents need a ride, providing prompt and reliable service 24/7, 365 days a year by drivers who undergo full background checks including federal fingerprinting and physical examinations. Contact: Matthew Drew, Director of Marketing Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs 4625 Town Center Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80916 719.622.5448 Email: mdrew@yccos.com Colorado Springs, CO, April 30, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs has announced the installment of Scott Holisky as the General Manager of the Pikes Peak regional terminal, and Matthew Drew as Director of Marketing.Mr. Holisky previously served as the terminal’s Operations Manager from 2012-2016, at which time he assumed the responsibilities of General Manager of the company’s Boulder Terminal, which had been declining sharply in revenue and fleet size. During his 10-month tenure in that position, Scott drastically reduced the fleet’s response time, increased the rate of accepted trips by more than double, doubled the number of taxis in the fleet, and very quickly turned a faltering terminal into one of the company’s most profitable and efficient.Holisky recently returned to the Springs in an elevated capacity in order to accomplish similar objectives by refocusing the fleet’s perspective, first and foremost, on servicing the community to the highest degree possible.Matthew Drew has assumed the responsibilities of the Colorado Springs terminal’s Director of Marketing. Having previously served in various agency roles for clients such as Chevrolet, McDonald’s, Claritin/Clarinex, and MGM Grand Las Vegas, Drew was most recently the Global Director of Marketing for MGM Hospitality in Las Vegas, China and Vietnam, and brings a hospitality-focused perspective to the taxi business, centered primarily on the customer experience and service delivery.“It’s a very exciting time to be in the taxi business, especially with so many different channels of engagement at our customers’ disposal,” said Drew.“Today, we can’t just rely on the phone as the sole means of connecting passengers and cabs. The technology is available to us, so we’re taking full advantage of it,” he said, referring to Yellow Cab’s zTrip mobile app. “So if you have the app on your phone, just tap the screen any time day or night and a car will be on its way. If not, no problem. You can always still call the dispatch line.”“I’m very excited to be back in Colorado Springs,” Mr. Holisky said. “Yellow Cab has been a part of this community for nearly a century now, and we’ve got a great story to tell – not just as the leading cab company in town, but as employer of administrative and shop staff who’s contributing to the local economy. We’ve also got many full-time drivers who’ve been driving their own businesses with us – some for up to 20 years.”When considering the future of Yellow Cab in the Springs, Holisky adds that “right now is the best time in history to be in this business, and it’s only getting better. We have some of the best in the country driving for us, and we’re expanding our mobility (wheelchair-accessible) fleet to service literally every aspect of our community even better. We’re also extremely excited about our zTrip app, which is only one of many ways you can book a Yellow Cab.”About Yellow Cab Company of Colorado SpringsYellow Cab was originally incorporated in Colorado on June 19, 1922, and was based in the Broadmoor Garage. The company was granted Colorado Public Utilities Commission Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Number 109. PUC 109 is among the oldest active authorities in Colorado.Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs is prepared when area residents need a ride, providing prompt and reliable service 24/7, 365 days a year by drivers who undergo full background checks including federal fingerprinting and physical examinations.Contact:Matthew Drew, Director of MarketingYellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs4625 Town Center Dr.Colorado Springs, CO 80916719.622.5448Email: mdrew@yccos.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Yellow Cab Company of Colorado Springs


Vaudaux J.D.,University of California at Los Angeles | Vaudaux J.D.,University of Lausanne | Muccioli C.,Federal University of São Paulo | James E.R.,University of British Columbia | And 10 more authors.
Journal of Infectious Diseases | Year: 2010

Multilocus DNA sequencing has identified a nonarchetypal strain of Toxoplasma gondii as the causal agent of a waterborne outbreak in Brazil in 2001. The strain, isolated from a water supply epidemiologically linked to the outbreak, was virulent to mice, and it has previously been identified as BrI. Using a serologic assay that detects strain-specific antibodies, we found that 13 (65%) of 20 individuals who were immunoglobulin (Ig) M positive during the outbreak possessed the same serotype as mice infected with the purported epidemic strain. The remaining 7 individuals, plus additional IgM-negative, IgG-positive individuals, possessed 1 of 4 novel serotypes, the most common of which matched the serotype of mice infected with strains isolated from chickens foraging near the outbreak site. The latter strains likely reflect the genetic diversity of T. gondii circulating in highly endemic regions of Brazil. The serotyping assay proved a useful tool for identification of specific individuals infected with the outbreak agent. © 2010 by the Infectious Diseases Society of America. All rights reserved.


Belfort M.,University at Albany | Marraffini L.,Rockefeller University | Macfarlan T.,Center Dr | Boeke J.,New York University | And 3 more authors.
Mobile DNA | Year: 2014

During the Mobile Genetic Elements and Genome Evolution Keystone Symposium in March 2014, the Editors of Mobile DNA caught up with a panel of conference speakers to select key advances in the field, and hear their thoughts on where mobile DNA research is going. © 2014 Belfort et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

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