The RESTORE Foundation Retains Identity
By: Jennifer Carey
BINGHAM FARMS, Mich., December 8, 2009—The RESTORE Foundation (RESTORE), an Oakland County, Mich.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to privately funding the Oakland County Drug Treatment Courts, has retained the services of Bingham Farms, Mich.-based Identity Marketing & Public Relations to provide public relations and marketing support and counsel. The announcement was made by firm principal Mark Winter.
The RESTORE Foundation’s goal is to reduce or eliminate the need for the County’s Drug Court Programs to depend on state and federal grants for their operational budgets. Oakland County’s Juvenile Drug Court and Adult Treatment Court have provided eight years of unique service to the county by helping program participants overcome their substance abuse problems and restore their lives through a coordinated holistic program that has proven an effective and cost-efficient way to rehabilitate residents with drug and alcohol dependencies and help keep the community safe by reducing recidivism rates.
Identity is a fully integrated public relations agency leveraging creativity, talent, relationships and technology to drive strategic communications programs that leave a mark. Founded in 1998, the company provides strategy, counsel and execution in the areas of marketing, public relations, design and new media. Identity is headquartered in the Bingham Office Center in Bingham Farms, Mich. For more information, visit identitypr.com.