Malibu, CA (PRWEB) March 6, 2008
In an effort to reach a wider audience with a guiding message regarding drug and alcohol addiction, Passages Addiction Cure Center, a drug and alcohol treatment center in Malibu, CA, has released a thirty-minute television program that discusses and challenges long-held beliefs about alcoholism and addiction.
This guiding message is found in Chris Prentiss' book, The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure, which details the three steps to completely curing oneself of drug and alcohol dependency. At the core of the message is the belief that alcoholism and addiction are not incurable diseases, and that believing them to be so only enforces the power they hold over a person dependent on drugs and alcohol.
Just as The Alcoholism And Addiction Cure has given hope to the hopeless and a road map of the path to sobriety for those who have been struggling with dependency, the television show also offers the same message of hope and guidance.
Prentiss says, "The heart of the message is that we believe in a cure, and we believe in the inherent right of all people to live their lives free of dependency on alcohol, addictive prescription drugs, street drugs and addictive behavior such as gambling and sex addictions." He continues, "Our thirty-minute TV show is a celebration of our victory over dependency."
Prentiss' book, The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure, is changing the treatment program paradigm, challenging the long-held belief that alcoholism and addiction are incurable diseases. Instead of treating alcoholism and addiction as the problems, Prentiss explains through the book and the infomercial that one should treat the underlying causes of dependency that have led to and are maintaining dependency. Only then, he says, will a person be truly and permanently cured. He writes, "Treatment for dependency at substance abuse treatment centers must change if alcoholism and addiction are to be overcome in our society."
Passages Malibu is the world's most successful drug treatment center. Passages' successful new alcohol and drug rehab treatment model achieves results through individualized, intensive, one-on-one treatment programs for clients, founded on the belief that addiction and alcoholism are not diseases, but merely symptoms of underlying problems that are the real causes of dependency. Passages employs a holistic, one-to-one drug rehab program of individual therapies, providing more than 65 individual sessions per month. Each client is assigned a 12-person treatment team that discovers and heals the underlying conditions that have led to drug or alcohol abuse, at which time substance dependency ceases completely.
Passages can be reached via phone at 866-850-6673 or their website http://www.passagesmalibu.com.