David Arquette’s Battle with Substance Abuse
Back in October 2010 David Arquette had a very public split with his wife of 11 years Courtney Cox. Like so many others in today’s society who go through divorces, it was a difficult situation to deal with and Arquette battled issues with alcoholism and other substances to try and cope with it. After a few months of alcohol and substance abuse, Arquette found inspiration through his daughter Coco to not only seek professional help, but also to persevere and stay clean. Recently David celebrated a full year of sobriety and he tweeted, “I thank God for the strength and guidance and my family and friends for their love and support & I thank you.”
For those who currently struggle with alcoholism and substance abuse, David Arquette can be used as an example of how to find motivation to stay clean. For Arquette he found strength and inspiration through his daughter, and many people who struggle with addiction can also use their children as a support system. But the main lesson that can be learned from Arquette’s situation is the power to be able to find the strength to admit that you have a problem, and to be able find the professional treatment that will allow you to find your unique path to recovery. To each his own, and in the case of overcoming addition, each person will and should have a unique recovery. This is the reasoning behind the individualistic approach that Seabrook House takes with their patients. For those who struggle with addiction, like David Arquette did, Seabrook House is the top of the line addiction treatment facility that will help you get on your road to recovery.
New York (NY) and New Jersey (NJ) residents can take advantage of the internationally recognized treatment team at Seabrook House because their facilities are located on the east coast. All Seabrook House programs are grounded in the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). The Seabrook House Model® of treatment includes a multifaceted medical approach to alcohol and other drugs including opiate detoxification, gender-specific therapy with special emphasis on relapse prevention, and family intervention services. We operate two facilities. Our main rehab facility is located in rural Bridgeton, New Jersey (NJ), only a 90 minute drive from New York City (NYC). Our extended-care luxury transitional rehab is located in Tioga County, Pennsylvania (PA), just minutes from Elmira/Corning New York Regional airport or by car from Philadelphia, driving time is 4 hours. If you’re ready to put your addictive ways behind you, contact Seabrook House today to get on the road to recovery!