Centaur College of Costa Mesa is under New Ownership

Jan 25, 2016, 17:40 ET from New Creation Behavioral Healthcare Foundation

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Jan. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Glenn and Carol Swanson, founders of His House / New Creation Behavioral Healthcare Foundation (NCBHF), and G&C Swan Inc. have purchased Centaur College of Costa Mesa. Glenn and Carol Swanson, through their steadfast faith, are continuing to follow their vision of creating opportunities for individuals to transform their lives.

Since the opening of His House, Upland, in 1994, the Swanson family has served the recovering community. The Swansons have impacted thousands of lives from all over the United States, and through their good works New Creation Behavioral Healthcare Foundation (NCBHF) was established. The foundation's growth found a real need in the recovery community for continued education. "Individuals sometimes need more than initial treatment," says Mr. Glenn Swanson. "There are many occasions where there seems to be a failure to launch." To serve this need, NCBHF has purchased Centaur College of Costa Mesa. In following with the vision the college will now be known as New Creation College (NCC), formally known as Centaur College.

NCBHF chose Dr. Judy Redman as the Director of Education for NCC in Costa Mesa, and its Satellite Campus is opening in March 2016 and will be located in Rancho Cucamonga at 9531 Pittsburgh Ave. Suite 105. Under Dr. Redman's leadership the foundation trusts that its vision will be honored. Dr. Redman is a leading proponent of recovery, dedicating much of her personal and professional life to the betterment of addiction counseling.

Centaur College, 711 West 17th St., Costa Mesa, California was founded in 2009 by Ms. Mickey Troxell, as a fast track Chemical Dependency Counseling College. Ms. Troxell dedicated the past 7 years of her professional life to the betterment of the recovering community. Ms. Troxell believed that through the training and advancement of addiction professionals Centaur College could make a difference.

Centaur College (now NCC) is licensed through Californian Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) and is certified through the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP) as an approved school for CCAPP Certification, and as a Continuing Education Provider. Centaur College/New Creation College's application has been accepted by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), and is in the process of full accreditation.

Judy Redman, Ph.D. (abd), M.Ed., MBA, CATC-V, CADCII, CACCS
Director of Education
711 W 17th St.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627


SOURCE New Creation Behavioral Healthcare Foundation