- April 25, 2011 -
Contact: FGI (562) 491-1000
An addiction treatment program that boasts a 90%+ success rate over the past 30 years will host a free public “mocktail”
reception at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel (9500 Wilshire Blvd) in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, May 10. Hors d’oeuvres will be served from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. followed by revelations from several clients who successfully overcame their addictions to sex, drugs, alcohol and food. They will explain how they were freed from the bonds of addiction thanks to The Nelson Center, an exclusive outpatient program based in Brentwood. Founder Roy Nelson will make a rare public appearance to offer hope to addicts and their families and friends and unveil details about the new Center. Stacy D. Phillips, noted attorney at Phillips, Lerner, and Lauzon, LLP, author of “Divorce: It’s all about Control" and a staunch supporter of The Nelson Center, is co-hosting this first-time event. “A leading cause of divorce is addiction,” said Phillips. “The Nelson Center offers a proven treatment to those who are looking to overcome their addictions. I have witnessed, firsthand, the amazing results in the lives of clients and am honored to co-host this event that I believe will offer hope to those who need it most.”
Until now, The Nelson Center has operated “under the radar” with an exclusive and ultra-wealthy clientele who dedicate themselves to an intensive one-on-one program. President Tricia Greaves, co-author of “Thank God I” and “101 Ways to Improve Your Health,” says that clients are usually addiction-free in as little as 28 days and counseling is available for life. That includes food addicts who have been able to shake their addictions and become thin and stay thin effortlessly. “Most 12-step and other familiar treatment programs focus on the symptoms where The Nelson Center helps clients dig deep within themselves to learn of the true source of their addictions,”
said Greaves. “We hope to share our approach with those most in need – the addicts – as well as their friends, family and even other addiction treatment specialists. We want them to know there is hope out there for truly overcoming the root cause of addictions.”
Space is limited; reservations are required and there will be a list at the door. RSVP by calling (800) 609-4061. For more information visitwww.thenelsoncenter.com.