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New Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program Launched in Orange County
In Southern California alone, there are hundreds of “Recovery Treatment Programs” or “Drug and Alcohol Rehabs.” Southern California has been ranked the second most popular place in the United States for individuals to seek help, for their drug and alcohol addictions. You have a choice when it comes to women’s drug and alcohol treatment programs in Orange County.
Quail Hill Recovery Center for Women recently was granted the status of a Residential Treatment Program by the State of California. Founder and operator Rita King stated: “there just aren’t enough programs for women facing addiction, let alone really good ones.” And with that she launched into her journey several years ago by opening a 3500 square foot tuscany style home for women’s sober living. “From there we have just grown in to different dynamics, and now with Dr. Gellis on board, we are able to offer better services such as group and individual therapy.”
With a beautiful environment, that is without a doubt safe and serene, coupled with a top-knotch staff, there is truly no better place to offer the beginning stages of recovery from drugs and alcohol for women. Quail Hill Recovery Center for Women is setting new standards for residential rehab programs in Southern California.
Alcohol treatment is a fight for your life—are you ready to start fighting? If you or someone you love is addicted to alcohol and you think you are ready to get sober, consider how you will find the right alcohol treatment center. What makes an alcohol treatment center the right one? The answer—the right alcohol….
Alcohol is by far the most widely abused drug in the entire world. Socially accepted and legal throughout the world, alcohol is the preferred drug of choice for millions of people across the world which is no wonder why so many people suffer from alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, individuals who drink alcohol regularly are subject to….
A national campaign to reduce underage drinking is helping the nation understand that serving alcohol to teens is unsafe, illegal and irresponsible. “We Don’t Serve Teens” focuses on the “social sources”–parents of other teens, older siblings and friends–from whom most teens who drink get their alcohol. To teens, the word “summer” means freedom. School is….
About 40 percent of reformed alcoholics wanted to commit suicide in the past, and about 20 percent actually tried to do so, according to a survey by a national suicide prevention center. The center conducted a comprehensive survey on former alcoholics between April and June this year. The percentage of former alcoholics who had wanted….
Until 2002, Kumar Dhakal, 51, of Surkhet was a respected journalist, a teacher and a responsible family man. In the five years that followed, that image was shattered as Dhakal made a descent into the abyss of alcohol abuse. He lost his job and was incapable of shouldering family responsibilities. “In those dark years, there….