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Recovery Now TV acquires Frank's House

January 13, 2011
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Los Angeles — Recovery Now TV and its nonprofit affiliate will take over the management and operations of Frank’s House Treatment Facility, which offers residential addiction recovery treatment for members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) community.
Frank’s House, now a privately funded mental health, alcohol and drug addiction treatment program, is well-known in the recovery industry as a safe haven for individuals of alternative lifestyles struggling with substance abuse. In efforts to enhance the already acclaimed experience at Frank’s House, Recovery Now TV founders Chris Spencer and Mike Cohan will be making vast renovations to the facility as well as improvements to the addiction treatment services offered at the facility.

One of the changes that Spencer and Cohan plan to implement is an increased focus on the social issues surrounding the GLBT community and how they affect substance abuse and addiction, including the growing use of crystal meth and its connection to the spread of HIV.

“We are excited to offer our patients the highest level of addiction care in an atmosphere that understands and respects their sexual preferences,” shares Recovery Now TV co-founder Mike Cohan. “Only when the patient is able to be completely open can they begin to heal their drug addiction. We want our patients to be comfortable, so that they have a better chance to succeed and are able to make something of themselves and have a fresh chance at a fulfilling life.”

If you need help overcoming addiction or know someone who does, please visit www.recoverynowtv.com to learn more.

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