LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- John Bradshaw, acclaimed addiction counselor, writer, and motivational speaker, tells of his own battle with addiction and the underlying causes of this chronic disease. On February 25th, 2011, Mediaplanet will feature a 12-page standalone report within the Los Angeles Times that serves as a complete guide to living well in a metropolis that so lacks proper discourse on the identification of, intervention for, and recovery from addiction.
Your Complete Guide to Addiction Recovery
The economic burden of alcohol and drug abuse to the United States is estimated at up to a trillion dollars a year. Approximately one out of every eight Americans is living with some form of an addiction; addiction professionals, treatment centers and governing bodies have taken note. The Affordable Care Act of March 2010 integrated treatment more fully into basic healthcare, finally recognizing Addiction as a chronic, debilitating disease that requires long-term care. Interventionist Ken Seeley provides a guide to the intervention process that will help lead readers to treatment, which is more accessible and advanced than ever, while leading voices of the industry teach us how to improve access to recovery homes, what to seek in a treatment center, and provide a complete guide to living a longer and happier life.
Mediaplanet's report within the Los Angeles Times will be your full guide to Addiction Recovery and long-term wellness in partnership with American Society for Addiction Medicine, Anesthesia Assisted Medical Opiate Detoxification, Inc., Bay Recovery Centers, The Betty Ford Center, Caron, Casa de Palmas, Cliffside Malibu, ePuffer, Hawaii Island Recovery, The Lake House Sober Living Program, NAADAC, Narconon, Passages Malibu, Phoenix House, Promises Treatment Centers, Riviera Recovery, Recovery Now TV, St. Helena Recovery Center, Utah Summit Lodge, Valiant Recovery and Williamsville Wellness, this report will provide the education readers need to seek recovery.
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