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Understanding Addiction

Understanding Addiction

Media Release For Capri Trust

Would you like to understand more about the effects of addiction to alcohol, drugs, gambling and how it impacts on family members?

The Capri Trust, New Zealand's only private Clinic specializing in helping people overcome their addictions recently sponsored an International Conference with International Speakers at Waipuna Lodge in March, where simple clear answers were provided to the problems that cause alcohol & drug and other substance abuse addiction.

Addiction is a sickness, it can be helped and the Capri Trust has put together a DVD with copies of the presentations, information from reformed addicts and details about what goes on in a rehab clinic and the services that are provided.

To receive your copy please email toml@capritrust.com the Clinical Director who will arrange to forward you this stimulating yet shocking full revelation into exactly what the problem is and how to go about fixing it.

The information can be used in Journalism articles, Editorials, or just for background research.

In addition the Capri Trust is available for interviews by appointment for personalized story lines, fact finding, and success stories of recovered addicts.

The Capri Trust is located at 160 Waipuna Rd East, Panmure Auckland and operates an internationally recognized programme for the treatment of people and their families who suffer from the effects of P, poison, drugs, alcohol, gambling addictions and more.

Not only do they operate a intense in house recovery programme, but they also provide continuous on-going care for the rest of the addicts life.

If you seek knowledge & information please feel free to request the DVD or organize an interview.

ENDS

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