Kim Richards Admits To Alcoholism
Released on: February 1, 2012, 8:44 am
Mountainside Drug Rehab
NEW YORK - Much speculation encircled Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and previous child-actress Kim Richards this television season.
On the show, it was clear Ms. Richards was struggling with issues in her life. Her erratic behavior caused her fellow cast members to accuse her of using crystal meth on screen. Kim Richards, as well as her sister Kyle Richards, both vehemently denied those allegations on camera. What they didn't initially reveal, however, was the true substance she struggled with: alcohol.
On the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion Show, Kim Richards sat down one-on-one and revealed that she is an alcoholic and that, back in December 2011, she sought rehab for it.
ďWe're so happy that Ms. Richards received rehab for her alcoholism,Ē begins a spokesperson for Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center . ďShe found the strength and courage to not only admit to herself, but to the entire world, that she has a problem with alcohol. With her determination, support from her family and her fellow cast members she, like others in recovery, can continue the path of sobriety. Although it's not an easy journey, it's one of the most rewarding that an individual will pursue.Ē
In recent years, many within the entertainment industry have come forward with their stories of addiction, sharing their message of hope for others in hopes of prompting them to obtain proper substance abuse treatment.
While the entertainment industry has had increased numbers within its community seeking addiction treatment, it's not an ailment that affects only the elite of society. If you believe that that a loved one has an issue with drugs or alcohol, Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center can help you with its broad range of professional intervention services.
Mountainside's comprehensive family care program will give you the tools necessary to rebuild the bonds of your family to what they once were. Their unique individualized recovery program is recognized as one of the most comprehensive and individualized in the treatment field.
Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center is a modern drug rehab facility that is skilled in serving a variety of clients with various addictions and in varying stages of addiction. The caring, compassionate team is made up of licensed and certified social workers and counselors who have extensive experience and specialty in the addiction treatment field. In addition, the staff includes a Nurse Practitioner, as well as a Registered Nurse, both of whom also have specializations and experience within the field of addiction treatment and alcohol rehab.
Mountainside also provides services for those individuals who come to them with dual diagnoses and require the services of a Psychiatrist to help conquer the unique challenges that dual diagnosis brings.
For the past 13 years, Mountainside has established itself as an innovator within the addiction treatment field, and the treatment modalities Mountainside utilizes are regarded as among the most cutting-edge approaches in helping individuals to get, and to remain, sober. As a result of their unique, innovative approaches to addiction treatment, Mountainside has become the model for the addiction treatment field.
The program, along with its professional addiction treatment team, have earned national recognition and resulted in Mountainside being invited to Washington by the White House to meet with the White House Drug Czar, John P. Walters, for an in-depth meeting on what makes its program so successful. These accolades did not go unnoticed within the addiction treatment field and resulted in the adoption by many throughout the country of a more holistic approach to drug addiction treatment.
If you or someone you love is addicted to drugs or alcohol, or if you have any questions, please contact Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center for a confidential inquiry at 800-762-5433.
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