Bob Forrest found sobriety in 1996 after attending 24 different rehab facilities. Over the last decade he has helped countless individuals achieve sobriety, including many celebrities. At Pasadena Recovery Center Bob leads group sessions twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday.
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Pasadena Recovery Center offers a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program based on the 12-Step philosophy. The goal of this residential rehab is to reintroduce sober individuals into society with the skills necessary to lead meaningful, productive and drug-free lives. A compassionate team of physicians, psychologists and drug counselors work closely with each client to ensure that the spiritual, mental and physical needs of each individual are met.
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Reviews at a Glance
- Alcohol Addiction
Alcohol detox is the first step in the recovery process to treating alcoholism. Stopping drinking causes withdrawal symptoms, which can be severe as the body continues to crave alcohol. Unfortunately there is no way to predict how someone will respond to quitting after drinking frequently, heavily, or after many years.
- Heroin Addiction
Heroin withdrawal symptoms can start suddenly and last for a long time. While commonly thought to be less dangerous than alcohol or barbiturate withdrawal, heroin withdrawal can still lead to death of individuals whose health has degraded as a result of their disease.
Bob Forrest - Addiction Specialist
Butch Warner, MA, MFT, CADC-II - Psychotherapist/Addiction Specialist
George “Butch” Warner is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a licensed CAADAC drug and alcohol specialist. A multi-instrumentalist and composer, Butch runs the Music Therapy group for PRC clients and teaches communication skills. He is also a feature writer, with a host of articles published on addiction, music, penology, religion and pharmacology. Butch has been in recovery since August 23, 1998, and has been a PRC Case Manager since 2004.
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