Celebrities and high-profile individuals give up what many of us hold dear, our privacy. Being in the limelight 24/7 gives the world full view of all the good and bad situations they may find themselves.
When a celebrity or high-profile person, a pro-sport athlete, actor, musician, or even a CEO for example, is in need of addiction treatment, it’s also well publicized and may even be scandalized.
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What is a Sober on Demand™ Service at The Addictions Coach?
Imagine taking one of the nation’s few truly acclaimed addiction treatment centers, pulling out the pieces that work, and literally condensing their 28-day residential and drug rehab program into an express, private and on-demand 3 to 10-day plus private wrap-around unique experience in real time in the comfort of your own environment. Whether a globally traveled executive, someone in the limelight requiring added discretion and oversight, or maybe even the college kid on the brink of all-out addiction but without any time or freedom to spare, this is a truly encapsulating and highly effective and unique approach to the current addiction treatment!
Our unique one on one custom approach is what we are highly sought out and known for. Dr. Cali Estes oversees all aspects of the Action Plan protocols and will make sure your experience is comfortable, enlightening and productive in the time you spend with her and her team. The program can be from 3 to 10 days plus, and Dr. Cali Estes and her team are prepared to provide 30 days to 6 months of a mobile lifestyle enrichment program that covers substance use and substance misuse, triggers, coping skills, passion and purpose in life, relationship goals, career goals and learning how to live a happy and productive life. This concept is proprietary and completely tailored to your unique and individual needs. 100% private, 100% Confidential. We get results and have an A list of satisfied clients.
Read on from an excerpt from CBS News article:
Aaron Carter slams brother Nick, explains DUI arrest
Carter, 29, and his girlfriend were arrested on Saturday. He was released on bail Sunday. The Habersham County Sheriff’s Office charged Carter with drunken driving and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
Carter explained in a statement that he believes his “celebrity was targeted” and that he was not driving during the arrest. He also added that he has a medical license for marijuana for “long-standing anxiety.” He added that “the truth will come out.”