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Alcoholics and Drug Rehabilitation Centre

Alcoholics and Drug Rehabilitation Centre. mgtorres. Trivia. Top 10 Celebrity Drug Users (living) #10 Eddie Van Halen (Alcohol, Cocaine, Meth)

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Alcoholics and Drug Rehabilitation Centre

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  1. Alcoholics and Drug Rehabilitation Centre mgtorres

  2. Trivia Top 10 Celebrity Drug Users (living) #10 Eddie Van Halen (Alcohol, Cocaine, Meth) Along with Alcohol, Eddie Van Halen found himself addicted to Crystal Meth because the drug was often found in the Cocaine he was buying on the street. This led to the inability to handle longer tours and performances. #9 Yasmine Bleeth (Cocaine, Meth) In 2001 Yasmine Bleeth was formally charged with Cocaine possession along with possession of syringes after she swerved into a highway median. Yasmine had recently left drug rehab prior to this incident. #8 Nicole Richie (Alcohol, Heroin, Marijuana, Vicodin) In February of 2003, Nicole Richie was arrested and charged with possession of Heroin and driving with a suspended license. Then in December of 2006 she was arrested again for driving under the influence of Marijuana and Vicodin. Several motorists reported seeing entering the freeway going the wrong direction. #7 Kate Moss (Cocaine) In September of 2005, London’s Daily Mirror photographed Kate Moss snorting several lines of Cocaine. Shortly after the incident she lost most of her major modeling contracts with several international companies. Moss was never arrested because photographs of drug-taking are not admissible as evidence in British Courts. The charges ended up being dropped.

  3. Trivia #6 Gary Busey (Alcohol, Cocaine, GHB) In May of 1995, Gary Busey was arrested for Cocaine possession after being hospitalized from an overdose of Cocaine and GHB from which he almost died. #5 Nick Nolte (Alcohol, GHB) In September of 2002, Nick Nolte, 61, was arrested for driving under the influence of GHB and Alcohol. Nolte eventually ended up in rehab and received a three year parole sentence after his no-contest pleas to a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence of GHB. #4 Courtney Love (Heroin, Oxycontin)Courtney Love’s drug problems started at an extremely young age. It is reported that her father gave her LSD when she was only four years old. Love had also reportedly used Heroin during the early stages of pregnancy with her daughter. In October of 2003 Love was arrested in Los Angeles while breaking into her boyfriend’s home. She was also charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. Just four hours later she was rushed to the hospital to be treated for an accidental overdose of Oxycontin. Throughout 2006, Courtney Love has been arrested multiple times for drug possession and continues to go in and out of rehab.

  4. Trivia #3 Drew Barrymore (Alcohol, Cocaine, Marijuana)Did you know that Drew Barrymore is Godmother to Courtney Love’s daughter? Drew Barrymore began drinking and smoking cigarettes by the age of 9. By the age of 10 she was smoking Marijuana, and by 12 she began snorting Cocaine. Fortunately, by the time Drew entered adulthood, she overcame her substance abuse problems. #2 Whitney Houston (Cocaine, Marijuana)In April 2000, airport security discovered Marijuana in Whitney’s luggage. Whitney has been in and out of rehab, and also has admitted to abusing Alcohol, Marijuana, Cocaine and Pills. In 2006 the National Enquirer published photographs of what was reportedly Houston’s private bathroom. The counters were covered with empty beer bottles, rolling papers, pipes and powder-covered spoons and lighters. Whitney’s sister-in-law claimed that she is addicted to Crack and has nearly overdosed several times. She also claimed that Whitney often punches and bites herself until she is black and blue, thinking that the devil is attacking her.

  5. Trivia #1 Robert Downey Jr. (Alcohol , Cocaine, Heroin, Valium) Robert Downey Jr.’s addiction to drugs started with Marijuana when he was only 6 years old. He was surrounded by drugs, and that was the type of home he grew up in. By the age of 22 he had developed a serious drug problem. He went through his first rehab in 1987, and in 1996 was arrested three times on drug and weapons charges. For the next few years, Downey went in and out of prison and rehab. He continued to use Crack Cocaine and Heroin. Despite this he continued to act and even won an award on the TV series Ally McBeal all while living in a residential treatment facility. A few months later came another arrest for felony drug possession. Before this even came to trial he was arrested yet again. Despite being sober for over five years now, Robert Downey Jr. still gets stopped by police officers who think he might be under the influence.

  6. Drug rehabilitation • (often drug rehab or just rehab) is an umbrella term for the processes of medical and/or psychotherapeutic treatment, for dependency on psychoactive substances such as alcohol, prescription drugs, and so-called street drugs such as cocaine, heroin or amphetamines.

  7. The general intent is to enable the patient to cease substance abuse, in order to avoid the psychological, legal, financial, social, and physical consequences that can be caused, especially by extreme abuse.

  8. Treatment • Various types of programs offer help in drug rehabilitation, including: residential treatment (in-patient), out-patient, local support groups, extended care centers, and recovery or sober houses. • Newer rehab centers offer age and gender specific programs

  9. Counselling • Traditional addiction treatment is based primarily on counselling. However, recent discoveries have shown those suffering from addiction often have chemical imbalances that make the recovery process more difficult.

  10. Halfway house • The purpose of a halfway house, also called a recovery house or sober house, is generally to allow people to begin the process of reintegration with society, while still providing monitoring and support; this is generally believed to reduce the risk of recidivism or relapse when compared to a release directly into society.

  11. Halfway house • Some halfway houses are meant solely for reintegration of persons who have been recently released from prison or jail, others are meant for people with chronic mental health disorders, and most others are for people with substance abuse issues.

  12. Halfway house • These sober halfway houses are many times voluntary places of residence and many of the residents may have no criminal record whatsoever. • There is often opposition from neighbourhoods where halfway houses attempt to locate.

  13. a halfway house may also refer to a place where one stops midway through a journey.

  14. Objectives • One is entitled to a happy, joyous, addiction-free life, with all of its benefits: • Improved health • Success in relationships • A feeling of self-worth • A life of abundance

  15. Objectives • As the world's most exclusive drug and alcohol treatment center this facility caters to discriminating individuals who need: • Alcohol detox • Substance abuse treatment • Painkiller addiction treatment • Treatment of co-occurring conditions (i.e. depression and eating disorders) • Intervention services

  16. Objectives • Individuals and families alike find sanctuary from the pain of alcoholism and drug abuse. • To experience the highest quality amenities and comforts one deserve.

  17. Facilities Homey environment Detoxifying

  18. Running, stairs, and cycling machines are available to our residents in our gym and fitness center. Whether your goal is getting in shape, losing weight, or increasing your stamina and endurance, cardio training on our sleek, modern machines is a great way to do it.

  19. Residents enjoy all the comforts of home, with the added pleasure of laundry and linen service. Peace and tranquility are in abundance. With the commotion of traffic and chaos of urban life far away, residents will find the peace, and privacy they need to sleep comfortably.

  20. Activities

  21. Whether its a refreshing, morning swim in the heated pool, followed by a cup of tea on the balcony after breakfast, and sunbathing with a good book after lunch, the exterior balcony, lower deck, and pool area’s calm, natural surroundings create a comforting, stress-free environment in which to enjoy these and other activities.

  22. The large and comfortably furnished dining area and living room gives residents more than enough space to freely enjoy dining, social, or recreational activities. Numerous windows let in plenty of fresh air, and provide inspiring views Sun Deck Meditation Garden

  23. dedicated to making sure the food served to our residents is the tastiest, healthiest, and most nutritious meal they can get.

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