Los Angeles Based Nulife Treatment Announces Video Launch

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Following its recent expansion into Calabasas and Woodland Hills, the Southern California drug rehab center releases the first of several upcoming videos.

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The NuLife experience transcends the various clinical and ancillary elements and really taps into that core human passion, that sense of love of life and directional purpose that drives someone when they become whole again.

NuLife Treatment Center, based out of Los Angeles, California, announced this week the launch of its first of several in a series of informational videos relating to the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Having built its reputation on a variety of untapped, yet increasingly effective components within the scope of residential treatment, the video aims to shed light on a number of key program elements unseen by the general public.

Exuding a humble yet powerful delivery, the six and a half minute video embraces a number of core operational and clinical beliefs which undoubtedly account for the program’s overall success.

Having opened in early 2014 with residential and outpatient locations in Woodland Hills, CA, the NuLife program launched in an unusually strong capacity manifesting in its first waiting list a mere 5 months into operations. Capitalizing on its unique and unfettered approaches, the program is currently in expansion into Calabasas, CA, and is effectively carving its fresh methodologies into Southern California’s hub of highly acclaimed facilities.

Says NuLife Co-founder and Director of Development & Operations, JD Meints, “The NuLife experience transcends the various clinical and ancillary elements and really taps into that core human passion, that sense of love of life and directional purpose that drives someone when they become whole again.” He continues, “This goes beyond recovery and embraces the process of rebuilding and reinvigorating.”

Its original location, featuring a professional grade recording studio to the likes of Steeley Dan, James Taylor and Jackson Browne, presents an elegant motif and non-clinical atmosphere. Adding to that, and as shown in the video by Clinical Director, Ari Labowitz, there remains a very nuclear, family-type vibe that also embraces the occasional lighthearted banter among friends, colleagues and even clients.

Says Founder and Executive Director, Kage Njaka, “If we’re going to promote it, we’ve got to live it,” referring to the manner in which he and colleague JD Meints conduct their own personal recovery and lead-by-example beliefs.

NuLife Treatment offers the full scope of substance abuse and dual-diagnosis recovery services, including; intervention, medical detox, residential/inpatient, intensive outpatient, aftercare and alumni support programs. They offer both in-network and out-of-network services through various health insurance plans, as well as financing options and partial private-pay reductions in certain cases.

The company is currently undergoing expansion into Las Virgines (Agoura Hills, CA) with a new intensive outpatient rehab facility slated to open March of this year. NuLife is also branching into the non-profit sector with its “Hope and Recovery Foundation (HARP),” focusing on academic scholars, musicians and entertainment professionals with substance abuse issues.

View their new video HERE

Further information on NuLife Treatment is available on the company website or by contacting intake staff 24/7 at (888) 508-1179.

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