Ocean Recovery – the Choice of the Experts
Ocean Recovery has had an ongoing relationship with Dr. Phil, offering our services to his guests that need help with substance abuse or eating disorder troubles. Furthermore, our drug rehab in Orange County has been there to help thousands of families over the years, reuniting concerned parents with the children they knew before the drugs and alcohol. Seeing the joy on those faces is one of the things that drives us.
But what do we do when it’s the parent with the substance problem? Unfortunately, it happens more often than you would think, and it’s a problem we faced on our most recent appearance on the Dr. Phil show on the Dr. Phil show.
“Our Mother is Out of Control”
Kristle, Kayla, and Patrick are three siblings who have reached the end of their rope with their mother, Sherry. She has spent the last year in a haze on opiates and alcohol. She has burned through an inheritance worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process. The children claim that she has lost control completely. In fact, they say she even turned a loaded gun on one of her daughters during an argument. The family was recently in Los Angeles with the hope that Dr. Phil could bring his expertise to the situation and offer her a chance to start rebuilding her life at our facility in Newport Beach area, California. We’re happy to report that she accepted and is currently building her foundation for success.
A Chance for a New Beginning
Ocean Recovery, based in Newport Beach, California, has been successfully treating substance abuse and eating disorders since 2002. We offer individual and group counseling, nutritional therapy, yoga, addiction education, and much more. It’s all part of our holistic, evidence-based approach to treatment. If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse or eating disorders, please don’t hesitate to give us a call today. Call now and you, too, can start building your foundation for success.
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