Heroin-Addicted Woman Accepts Rehab
Mallory appeared on today's show and opened up about her 3-year struggle with heroin. Mallory said her lowest point came when she was arrested the day before her appearance on "Anderson Live," and admitted, "I just haven't explored the options to get the help I need."
Addiction specialist Kristina Wandzilak, who has been sober for 19 years, recommended that Mallory immediately enter treatment. Mallory was offered a chance for a better life from Behavioral Health of Palm Beaches. The program, which Mallory accepted, includes six months of intensive in-patient treatment that will start as soon as she leaves the show.
About Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches:
Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches in Florida offers clients state-of-the-art residential alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation with the highest success rates for alcohol and drug addiction recovery today. They are one of the few in-patient drug and alcohol addiction centers that provide detox, intervention, and substance abuse rehab programs based on the leading cutting edge research and development methods of treatment.
A majority of competing clinical treatment programs often overlook other contributing factors of addiction, such as dual diagnosis, trauma, grief, pain, anxiety, anger, depression and bipolar disorder. Because they are a behavioral health based treatment center, they specialize in treating the cause of patients' addiction as well as their actual addiction, which is the key to their industry-leading success rates.
For more information, visit BHPalmBeach.com.