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Hiring Power… in the Aspen Times

Hiring Power… in the Aspen Times

Jamison’s business model isn’t unique. As popular TV shows like “Intervention” and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” spotlight drug and alcohol recovery, the recovery business is also growing. And since 2002 Nanette Zumwalt, CEO and president of California-based Hired Power, has been providing “personal recovery assistants” to the well-heeled in need of help. She charges upward of $850 for round-the-clock monitoring of clients, often people who are transitioning from their homes to a treatment center or from a treatment center (or jail) back to their homes.
University Will Welcome New Students with Alcohol Lessons

University Will Welcome New Students with Alcohol Lessons

Join Together PostJuly 22, 2008 - New students arriving at the University of Virginia this summer have the option ...
Josh Hamilton: Rock Bottom to Clean Up Man

Josh Hamilton: Rock Bottom to Clean Up Man

NEW YORK - Rock bottom for Josh Hamilton was the day he showed up helpless at his grandma's doorstep, strung out, scraggly, 50 pounds lighter than the 230 pounds of rock-solid muscle he now sports. It was just a week or so before the day - Oct. 6, 2005 - he went sober and drug free.
Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

hirty drug addicts hope to reclaim their lives by braving the icy Atlantic ocean
Family & The Relapse Syndrome

Family & The Relapse Syndrome

n many cases the addict is the first family member to seek treatment. Other family members become involved in order to help the alcoholic get sober. Many family members refuse to consider the fact that they also have a problem that requires specialized treatment. These family members tend to deny their role in their addicted family and scapegoat personal and family problems upon the addicted person.
Tackling His Pill Addiction

Tackling His Pill Addiction

Giants offensive tackle Shane Olivea admitted last week he developed a dependency on prescription drugs that required a stay in a rehabilitation center to correct. He is not alone. Addiction to prescription drugs is a growing problem throughout society.
Finding Your Hired Power:  Bridging the Gap

Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap

Business News Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap Between Treatment Centers and Living in Recovery Learning ...
Prescription medication teens’ drug of choice

Prescription medication teens’ drug of choice

Young addicts report pills are easy to obtain according to an article in the Ventura County Star
September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

From the National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month website and newsletter - Check out the website for more
Giants’ Olivea kicks addiction and starts over

Giants’ Olivea kicks addiction and starts over

ALBANY - Shane Olivea has been in this position before, stuck on the third string. The last time it happened was in
NBA referee Tim Donaghy to be sentenced today

NBA referee Tim Donaghy to be sentenced today

Former professional basketball referee Timothy Donaghy was sentenced to 15 months in prison today in Brooklyn for ...
Rams’ Wroten suspended for season for violating substance abuse policy

Rams’ Wroten suspended for season for violating substance abuse policy

Jul 23, 2008 ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Rams defensive end Claude Wroten was suspended without pay for the season on ...
Hiring Power… in the Aspen Times

Hiring Power… in the Aspen Times

Jamison’s business model isn’t unique. As popular TV shows like “Intervention” and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” spotlight drug and alcohol recovery, the recovery business is also growing. And since 2002 Nanette Zumwalt, CEO and president of California-based Hired Power, has been providing “personal recovery assistants” to the well-heeled in need of help. She charges upward of $850 for round-the-clock monitoring of clients, often people who are transitioning from their homes to a treatment center or from a treatment center (or jail) back to their homes.
University Will Welcome New Students with Alcohol Lessons

University Will Welcome New Students with Alcohol Lessons

Join Together PostJuly 22, 2008 - New students arriving at the University of Virginia this summer have the option ...
Josh Hamilton: Rock Bottom to Clean Up Man

Josh Hamilton: Rock Bottom to Clean Up Man

NEW YORK - Rock bottom for Josh Hamilton was the day he showed up helpless at his grandma's doorstep, strung out, scraggly, 50 pounds lighter than the 230 pounds of rock-solid muscle he now sports. It was just a week or so before the day - Oct. 6, 2005 - he went sober and drug free.
Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

hirty drug addicts hope to reclaim their lives by braving the icy Atlantic ocean
Family & The Relapse Syndrome

Family & The Relapse Syndrome

n many cases the addict is the first family member to seek treatment. Other family members become involved in order to help the alcoholic get sober. Many family members refuse to consider the fact that they also have a problem that requires specialized treatment. These family members tend to deny their role in their addicted family and scapegoat personal and family problems upon the addicted person.
Tackling His Pill Addiction

Tackling His Pill Addiction

Giants offensive tackle Shane Olivea admitted last week he developed a dependency on prescription drugs that required a stay in a rehabilitation center to correct. He is not alone. Addiction to prescription drugs is a growing problem throughout society.
Finding Your Hired Power:  Bridging the Gap

Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap

Business News Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap Between Treatment Centers and Living in Recovery Learning ...
Prescription medication teens’ drug of choice

Prescription medication teens’ drug of choice

Young addicts report pills are easy to obtain according to an article in the Ventura County Star
September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

From the National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month website and newsletter - Check out the website for more
Giants’ Olivea kicks addiction and starts over

Giants’ Olivea kicks addiction and starts over

ALBANY - Shane Olivea has been in this position before, stuck on the third string. The last time it happened was in
NBA referee Tim Donaghy to be sentenced today

NBA referee Tim Donaghy to be sentenced today

Former professional basketball referee Timothy Donaghy was sentenced to 15 months in prison today in Brooklyn for ...
Rams’ Wroten suspended for season for violating substance abuse policy

Rams’ Wroten suspended for season for violating substance abuse policy

Jul 23, 2008 ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Rams defensive end Claude Wroten was suspended without pay for the season on ...

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