Access Behavioral Change’s New Website Assists Those With Legal Issues

Access Behavioral Change, a Rehab Continuums Company has launched a new website with up-to-date information on services for chemical health, anger, or other legal issues such as DUI at

Access Behavioral Change, a division of Rehab Continuums, Inc., a premium chemical health services and DUI education provider with locations in Brooklyn Park and St. Paul, has launched its new website at

The new site provides an easy navigation interface to enable clients to find information about the services available including chemical health assessments, anger assessments and a variety of options for DUI classes. Maps and directions to the office locations are easily found. The website has been developed to feature a responsive design, adapting its display for optimal viewing on any size/resolution screen.

Access Behavioral Change Marketing Director, Kay Elliott, on the redesign of the site:

“A primary goal of ours was to ensure the site is representative of our company’s identity and fully represents the array of chemical health services, stress/anger services and DUI classes we provide.

The redesign was also necessary because our site is being accessed on a variety of different devices, from desktops to phones to tablets. We are excited that this version maintains a useful, attractive look, regardless of how our clients choose to view it. The redesign was also necessary to help clients quickly and easily find the information they need.”

Many of Access Behavioral Change’s clients are involved in legal situations which can be very stressful. The new design helps educate and provide an understanding of the services offered. Testimonials from previous clients have been added providing insight as to what other clients have experienced using the chemical health or anger assessment services or attending one of the DUI classes. These testimonials will provide social proof and will alleviate some of the anxiety experienced when dealing with legal situations.

Changes to the appearance and design will be apparent upon visiting for anyone familiar with the website. The new navigation will be appreciated by site visitors.

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