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Riverside Monitors the Situation, Invests in Alcohol Monitoring Systems

Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

The Riverside Company has made a minority investment in Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. (AMS) of Littleton, Colorado. AMS provides electronic monitoring technologies used by state and local criminal justice agencies to monitor and manage alcohol and criminal offenders. The company was founded in 1997.

AMS offers a full suite of electronic monitoring solutions. Its SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring(tm) device is the industry’s leading transdermal continuous alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet, which monitors alcohol levels every 30 minutes. In 2013 the company launched the SCRAM Systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies, which includes GPS bracelets and remote breathalyzers.

“Given that jails suffer from overcrowding, and there is a high daily cost to incarcerate, solutions for non-violent offenders will become increasingly attractive,” said Riverside Partner Michael Kessler. “AMS offers safe and effective devices and monitoring solutions that provide substantial savings when compared to incarceration.”

AMS invented continuous alcohol monitoring through transdermal alcohol bracelets, and has one of the broadest product portfolios in the market. The company boasts a broad array of patent-protected products and a strong R&D capability that keep it on the cutting edge of the corrections services industry.

The U.S. legal system processes hundreds of thousands of non-violent offenders annually who are ideally suited for electronic monitoring. AMS has been growing steadily as courts and state and local corrections departments recognize the effectiveness and cost-saving benefits of AMS’s solutions.

“We’re excited about working with the outstanding management team at AMS to capitalize on its great market position,” said Riverside Principal Jeffrey Gordon. “AMS has a compelling value proposition and together we expect to grow the company significantly.”

Riverside intends to support management’s goal to continue to grow and innovate. Riverside will also assist the company in exploring strategic acquisitions that add customers and complementary technologies.

“We’re delighted to attract this investment from a proven firm like Riverside,” said AMS CEO Mike Iiams. “This partnership adds resources and skills to AMS that will accelerate our growth and allow us to serve more customers even more effectively.”

Working with Kessler and Gordon on the deal for Riverside was Vice President Jay Reynolds. Both Kessler and Gordon will join the AMS Board of Directors. This is Riverside’s second investment led by the new Riverside Strategic Capital team.

Riverside was advised by Jones Day, Deloitte and Liberty Advisor Group. Stephens Inc. represented AMS.

About The Riverside Company

The Riverside Company is a global private equity firm focused on acquiring and investing in growing businesses valued at up to $ 250 million (€200 million in Europe). Since its founding in 1988, Riverside has invested in more than 370 transactions. The firm’s international portfolio includes more than 75 companies.







Riverside Monitors the Situation, Invests in Alcohol Monitoring Systems

Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

The Riverside Company has made a minority investment in Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. (AMS) of Littleton, Colorado. AMS provides electronic monitoring technologies used by state and local criminal justice agencies to monitor and manage alcohol and criminal offenders. The company was founded in 1997.

AMS offers a full suite of electronic monitoring solutions. Its SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring(tm) device is the industry’s leading transdermal continuous alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet, which monitors alcohol levels every 30 minutes. In 2013 the company launched the SCRAM Systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies, which includes GPS bracelets and remote breathalyzers.

“Given that jails suffer from overcrowding, and there is a high daily cost to incarcerate, solutions for non-violent offenders will become increasingly attractive,” said Riverside Partner Michael Kessler. “AMS offers safe and effective devices and monitoring solutions that provide substantial savings when compared to incarceration.”

AMS invented continuous alcohol monitoring through transdermal alcohol bracelets, and has one of the broadest product portfolios in the market. The company boasts a broad array of patent-protected products and a strong R&D capability that keep it on the cutting edge of the corrections services industry.

The U.S. legal system processes hundreds of thousands of non-violent offenders annually who are ideally suited for electronic monitoring. AMS has been growing steadily as courts and state and local corrections departments recognize the effectiveness and cost-saving benefits of AMS’s solutions.

“We’re excited about working with the outstanding management team at AMS to capitalize on its great market position,” said Riverside Principal Jeffrey Gordon. “AMS has a compelling value proposition and together we expect to grow the company significantly.”

Riverside intends to support management’s goal to continue to grow and innovate. Riverside will also assist the company in exploring strategic acquisitions that add customers and complementary technologies.

“We’re delighted to attract this investment from a proven firm like Riverside,” said AMS CEO Mike Iiams. “This partnership adds resources and skills to AMS that will accelerate our growth and allow us to serve more customers even more effectively.”

Working with Kessler and Gordon on the deal for Riverside was Vice President Jay Reynolds. Both Kessler and Gordon will join the AMS Board of Directors. This is Riverside’s second investment led by the new Riverside Strategic Capital team.

Riverside was advised by Jones Day, Deloitte and Liberty Advisor Group. Stephens Inc. represented AMS.

About The Riverside Company

The Riverside Company is a global private equity firm focused on acquiring and investing in growing businesses valued at up to $ 250 million (€200 million in Europe). Since its founding in 1988, Riverside has invested in more than 370 transactions. The firm’s international portfolio includes more than 75 companies.







Riverside Monitors the Situation, Invests in Alcohol Monitoring Systems

Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

The Riverside Company has made a minority investment in Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. (AMS) of Littleton, Colorado. AMS provides electronic monitoring technologies used by state and local criminal justice agencies to monitor and manage alcohol and criminal offenders. The company was founded in 1997.

AMS offers a full suite of electronic monitoring solutions. Its SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring(tm) device is the industry’s leading transdermal continuous alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet, which monitors alcohol levels every 30 minutes. In 2013 the company launched the SCRAM Systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies, which includes GPS bracelets and remote breathalyzers.

“Given that jails suffer from overcrowding, and there is a high daily cost to incarcerate, solutions for non-violent offenders will become increasingly attractive,” said Riverside Partner Michael Kessler. “AMS offers safe and effective devices and monitoring solutions that provide substantial savings when compared to incarceration.”

AMS invented continuous alcohol monitoring through transdermal alcohol bracelets, and has one of the broadest product portfolios in the market. The company boasts a broad array of patent-protected products and a strong R&D capability that keep it on the cutting edge of the corrections services industry.

The U.S. legal system processes hundreds of thousands of non-violent offenders annually who are ideally suited for electronic monitoring. AMS has been growing steadily as courts and state and local corrections departments recognize the effectiveness and cost-saving benefits of AMS’s solutions.

“We’re excited about working with the outstanding management team at AMS to capitalize on its great market position,” said Riverside Principal Jeffrey Gordon. “AMS has a compelling value proposition and together we expect to grow the company significantly.”

Riverside intends to support management’s goal to continue to grow and innovate. Riverside will also assist the company in exploring strategic acquisitions that add customers and complementary technologies.

“We’re delighted to attract this investment from a proven firm like Riverside,” said AMS CEO Mike Iiams. “This partnership adds resources and skills to AMS that will accelerate our growth and allow us to serve more customers even more effectively.”

Working with Kessler and Gordon on the deal for Riverside was Vice President Jay Reynolds. Both Kessler and Gordon will join the AMS Board of Directors. This is Riverside’s second investment led by the new Riverside Strategic Capital team.

Riverside was advised by Jones Day, Deloitte and Liberty Advisor Group. Stephens Inc. represented AMS.

About The Riverside Company

The Riverside Company is a global private equity firm focused on acquiring and investing in growing businesses valued at up to $ 250 million (€200 million in Europe). Since its founding in 1988, Riverside has invested in more than 370 transactions. The firm’s international portfolio includes more than 75 companies.







Riverside Monitors the Situation, Invests in Alcohol Monitoring Systems

Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

The Riverside Company has made a minority investment in Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. (AMS) of Littleton, Colorado. AMS provides electronic monitoring technologies used by state and local criminal justice agencies to monitor and manage alcohol and criminal offenders. The company was founded in 1997.

AMS offers a full suite of electronic monitoring solutions. Its SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring(tm) device is the industry’s leading transdermal continuous alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet, which monitors alcohol levels every 30 minutes. In 2013 the company launched the SCRAM Systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies, which includes GPS bracelets and remote breathalyzers.

“Given that jails suffer from overcrowding, and there is a high daily cost to incarcerate, solutions for non-violent offenders will become increasingly attractive,” said Riverside Partner Michael Kessler. “AMS offers safe and effective devices and monitoring solutions that provide substantial savings when compared to incarceration.”

AMS invented continuous alcohol monitoring through transdermal alcohol bracelets, and has one of the broadest product portfolios in the market. The company boasts a broad array of patent-protected products and a strong R&D capability that keep it on the cutting edge of the corrections services industry.

The U.S. legal system processes hundreds of thousands of non-violent offenders annually who are ideally suited for electronic monitoring. AMS has been growing steadily as courts and state and local corrections departments recognize the effectiveness and cost-saving benefits of AMS’s solutions.

“We’re excited about working with the outstanding management team at AMS to capitalize on its great market position,” said Riverside Principal Jeffrey Gordon. “AMS has a compelling value proposition and together we expect to grow the company significantly.”

Riverside intends to support management’s goal to continue to grow and innovate. Riverside will also assist the company in exploring strategic acquisitions that add customers and complementary technologies.

“We’re delighted to attract this investment from a proven firm like Riverside,” said AMS CEO Mike Iiams. “This partnership adds resources and skills to AMS that will accelerate our growth and allow us to serve more customers even more effectively.”

Working with Kessler and Gordon on the deal for Riverside was Vice President Jay Reynolds. Both Kessler and Gordon will join the AMS Board of Directors. This is Riverside’s second investment led by the new Riverside Strategic Capital team.

Riverside was advised by Jones Day, Deloitte and Liberty Advisor Group. Stephens Inc. represented AMS.

About The Riverside Company

The Riverside Company is a global private equity firm focused on acquiring and investing in growing businesses valued at up to $ 250 million (€200 million in Europe). Since its founding in 1988, Riverside has invested in more than 370 transactions. The firm’s international portfolio includes more than 75 companies.







Shooting Trial Involving Cop Convicted of Armed Robbery to Begin November 23rd in Riverside, Attorney Caree Harper Will Represent the Accused

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2010

Civil rights/defense attorney, Caree Harper will represent Lumard Wilson against allegations that he attempted to rundown officers after he was beaten in the face with a flashlight by Officer Daniel Floyd and shot at by former Riverside officer turned armed robber Officer David Reeves. Reeves pled the 5th and refused to testify about the shooting even after the District Attorney granted him immunity. (Case # RIF-141184). The trial is set for November 23, 2010 at 8:30 am.

Former Officer Reeves and current Officer Floyds actions on the January 11, 2008, were captured by the mounted cameras in the patrol car. The video depicts Officer Floyd breaking Wilsons drivers side window with a flashlight and hitting Wilson with it. Wilson then begins to drive the vehicle while being hit by Floyd when Reeves opened fire. Both officers appear to shoot at Mr. Wilson on the video although Floyd has denied firing his weapon, under oath, according to case filings (RIF-141184).

Lumard Wilson was merely installing his car radio that afternoon and there was nothing illegal in the car, said Caree Harper, attorney for the defense, adding I have never had a case where one of the arresting officers pleads the 5th and refuses to testify even after the grant of immunity. Nor have I had a case where the officer is an incarcerated convicted felon and the client is out of custody with a clean record.

This is the second trial in this matter after Judge Craig Riemer declared a mistrial in May, 2010 (RIF-141184). My understanding is that the judge had a preplanned vacation and the trial was running over the estimated time Harper said.

As cited in the case filings (RIF-141184), the man accused of shooting Lumard Wilson is former officer David R. Reeves who was convicted of four counts of armed robbery and three counts of attempted robbery in February of this year, and is now serving a 15 year sentence in prison. (Valley News, February 24, 2010)

District Attorney’s Office Public Information Officer John Hall, stated after Reeves conviction that “the defendant committed crimes of violencethis was someone who was supposed to protect the public. We want to make sure he serves the time he deserves for committing these crimes.” (Valley News, February 24, 2010)

Reeves own attorney, Danuta Tuszynska, has been quoted in the media as stating that in the two years leading up to his arrest, Reeves had been in and out of drug rehabilitation centers. His addiction started shortly after he suffered a “significant” on-the-job neck injury and was prescribed Vicodin and Oxycontin for relief. (Valley News, February 24, 2010) She has also been quoted as stating, “At some point, his employer recognized the problem and took away his badge and gun and assigned him to desk work. He was no longer on the streets.”

The city of Riverside Police Department has a documented history of questionable incidents that impact this case.

In February of this year, Reeves boss, Riverside Police Chief Russ Leach, wrecked his car after he had mixed alcohol and prescription medication about the same time Reeves was pleading guilty to multiple armed robberies. Riverside officers who responded were alleged to have covered up the incident and drove him home without arresting him that evening. (The Press-Enterprise, February 13, 2010)

Leach confirmed his resignation after crashing his city-issued car at 3 a.m. Feb. 8. The handling of that incident has led to independent criminal and internal probes. Leach has said he was disoriented on prescription drugs and doesn’t remember what happened. In the single-car collision, he struck a light pole and fire hydrant, then drove more than 3 miles with a hanging fender and two blown tires. When his Chrysler 300 was spotted by officers, it was rolling on its rims and throwing off sparks. Riverside police filed a report indicating that Leach had consumed alcohol but provided no field sobriety test. Officers recommended no criminal action, prompting investigators to review whether their superiors had influenced their decision. (LA Times, April 14, 2010)

Harper, who is representing Lumard Wilson pro bono, says she has tried cases in less hostile environments, but believes once the citizens of Riverside hear the evidence surrounding the incident her client will be acquitted.

The state attorney general has previously said the department suffered from systemic racism and ordered a series of reforms including use-of-force training and purchasing less-lethal weapons, according to the 10 year anniversary article on the Tyisha Miller shooting. (New York Times, July 14, 1999)

Riverside Police Department was investigated by the California Attorney General for the shooting death of Tyisha Miller by officers. Miller, a 19 year old African American woman, was shot 12 times by Riverside police while sitting in her car at a gas station in December of 1998. This case put the city of Riverside under national scrutiny and promised changes. (People of the State of California, etc. v. City of Riverside, Riverside County Superior Court Case No. 355410)

Before the mistrial Attorney Harper successfully argued for the dismissal of many of the charges against her client in May, 2010 (Case # RIF-141184).

While zealous in her pursuit of justice for her clients, whether it be criminal defense or civil rights violations, Attorney Caree Annette Harper is quick to note that she is “not of the mindset that all or even most police officers are abusive, but the few that cross the line, overshadow the good works of the many hardworking women and men of law enforcement. Harper herself was a decorated police officer. One of several awards she received as a police officer was for diving into a canal and saving a man’s life when she pulled him out of a vehicle submerged under water. Harper performed CPR on the man until paramedics arrived and airlifted him to a hospital where he fully recovered.

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Riverside Drug Rehab Announces Expansion of Adult Drug Addiction Program


Riverside, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2013

A Riverside drug rehab center is announcing an expansion of its adult drug program to help stop the advancement of drug abuse. This program is available through Drug Addiction Treatment Centers.

According to a report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, among adults aged 50 to 64, the rate of current illicit drug use has increased during the past decade. For adults aged 50 to 54, the rate increased from 3.4 percent in 2002 to 7.2 percent in 2012. Among those aged 55 to 59, the rate of current illicit drug use increased from 1.9 percent in 2002 to 6.6 percent in 2012. Among those aged 60 to 64, the rate increased from 1.1 percent in 2003 to 3.6 percent in 2012.

These patterns and trends partially reflect the aging into these age groups of members of the baby boom cohort, whose rates of illicit drug use have been higher than those of older cohorts. The baby boom cohort refers to persons born in the United States after World War II between 1946 and 1964.

In the center’s expanded program, adults develop an understanding of learning new life skills without serious dependency upon drugs.

Detoxification from drugs is the first step in the rehab center’s process. Withdrawal symptoms can seemingly cripple a person physically and emotionally. If a person chooses to detox without supervision, then that person loses control of his or her mental and physical faculties. Some withdrawal symptoms may include nausea, muscle aches, cold sweats, increasing heart rate, increased blood pressure, irritability, and anxiety. This process duration differs between individuals, but its important to stay safe and comfortable through the whole detox process. Age, gender, type of substance that was used, how long a person has used it and a medical history are taken into consideration when planning out the detox process.

Once an adult has gone through drug detox, their physical bodies are ready for the next phase. Cravings for their substance of choice will remain, yet there is hope.

Men and women might find themselves caught in a web of addiction. For instance, drugs like cocaine, ecstasy and marijuana could be a problem. Drug Addiction Treatment Centers can lead a person into a promised land of healing, hope and recovery.

For more information on Drug Addiction Treatment Centers in Gilbert, please visit http://drugsdetox.org or call (888) 444-9148.







Riverside Drug Detox Launches Awareness Program Around Adult Drug Addiction


Riverside, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2013

A Riverside drug detox center is launching a new awareness program around adult drug addiction and its severity through services at Drug Addiction Treatment Centers.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in a recent 2012 report, noted that the rate of current illicit drug use among adults aged 26 or older was 7.0 percent, including rates of 5.3 percent for current use of marijuana and 2.1 percent for current nonmedical use of psychotherapeutic drugs.

Less than 1 percent of adults in this age group were current users of cocaine (0.6 percent), hallucinogens (0.2 percent), heroin (0.1 percent), and inhalants (0.1 percent). The 2012 rate of current illicit drug use was higher than the rate in 2011 and in 2002 through 2009. The 2012 rate of current marijuana use was similar to the rates in 2010 and 2011 (4.8 percent in each year), but it was higher than the rates from 2002 through 2009.

Drug rehabilitation allows adults a chance to get clean from their drug of choice, whether it is cocaine, heroin, marijuana, or prescription drugs. A part of this process is detoxification, cleansing out the physical body filled with mind-altering substances. Drug detoxs main goal is to rid the body of chemical toxins.

Once this process takes place, then counseling and therapeutic methods can enter into play. More times than not, there are real-life issues that a person has used drugs to hide, repress or deny within themselves. Some issues might include physical, emotional, spiritual or mental abuse.

Drug rehab centers stand firmly upon the foundation of the Twelve Spiritual Principles of recovery, which include Honesty, Hope, Faith, Courage, Integrity, Willingness, Humility, Love for Others (Brotherly and Sisterly), Justice, Perseverance, Spirituality and Service.

These centers exist to support and guide recovering individuals as they learn to seek a different path that does not involve drugs. Entering and going through drug rehab can become a life-changing journey for any person serious about kicking their habit.

For more information on Drug Addiction Treatment Centers in Riverside, visit http://drugdetox.org or call (855) 912-7867.







Riverside Treatment Center Announces Adult, Adolescent Programs to Tackle Substance Abuse


Riverside, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2013

A Riverside treatment center is announcing that new adult and adolescent programs aimed at tackling substance abuse issues, mainly drugs and alcohol, are now available for people living in Riverside and surrounding cities through Drug Addiction Treatment Centers.

These programs expand upon the centers already established substance abuse structure, offering additional hours of individual counseling and support.

Statistics indicate that of the estimated 2.9 million persons aged 12 or older in 2012 who used illicit drugs for the first time within the past 12 months, a majority reported that their first drug was marijuana (65.6 percent).

More than 1 in 4 initiated with non-medical use of psychotherapeutics (26 percent, including 17 percent with pain relievers, 4.1 percent with tranquilizers, 3.6 percent with stimulants, and 1.3 percent with sedatives). A notable proportion reported inhalants (6.3 percent) as their first illicit drug, and a small proportion used hallucinogens (2.0 percent). All of the above 2012 percentages of first illicit drug use were similar to the corresponding percentages in 2011.

Cocaine, heroin, Oxycontin and benzodiazepines are just a few of the drugs that the treatment center helps people put in their past. Alcoholism, a disease that destroys individuals as well as families, is addressed too.

The programs’ ultimate aim is to help all clients leave the treatment center with a structure in place for life outside of it. People come in looking either for a new life or relief from their pain, and counselors and therapists on staff are ready to help.

Entering the Riverside rehab center gives clients a new chance to be responsible members of society once again. They come to find themselves, discover new levels of self-esteem, and a spirituality that works.

Once people leave the treatment center, outpatient care and support is strongly suggested by counselors. Transitioning back into the real world takes time, too, and outpatient treatment allows clients an opportunity to share their victories and struggles with like-minded people. When its all put together, from detoxification to outpatient care, the substance abuse treatment center gives people a second chance.

For more information on the treatment center in Riverside, visit http://drugsdetox.org or call (888) 444-9148.







Riverside Treatment Center Announces Adult, Adolescent Programs to Tackle Substance Abuse


Riverside, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2013

A Riverside treatment center is announcing that new adult and adolescent programs aimed at tackling substance abuse issues, mainly drugs and alcohol, are now available for people living in Riverside and surrounding cities through Drug Addiction Treatment Centers.

These programs expand upon the centers already established substance abuse structure, offering additional hours of individual counseling and support.

Statistics indicate that of the estimated 2.9 million persons aged 12 or older in 2012 who used illicit drugs for the first time within the past 12 months, a majority reported that their first drug was marijuana (65.6 percent).

More than 1 in 4 initiated with non-medical use of psychotherapeutics (26 percent, including 17 percent with pain relievers, 4.1 percent with tranquilizers, 3.6 percent with stimulants, and 1.3 percent with sedatives). A notable proportion reported inhalants (6.3 percent) as their first illicit drug, and a small proportion used hallucinogens (2.0 percent). All of the above 2012 percentages of first illicit drug use were similar to the corresponding percentages in 2011.

Cocaine, heroin, Oxycontin and benzodiazepines are just a few of the drugs that the treatment center helps people put in their past. Alcoholism, a disease that destroys individuals as well as families, is addressed too.

The programs’ ultimate aim is to help all clients leave the treatment center with a structure in place for life outside of it. People come in looking either for a new life or relief from their pain, and counselors and therapists on staff are ready to help.

Entering the Riverside rehab center gives clients a new chance to be responsible members of society once again. They come to find themselves, discover new levels of self-esteem, and a spirituality that works.

Once people leave the treatment center, outpatient care and support is strongly suggested by counselors. Transitioning back into the real world takes time, too, and outpatient treatment allows clients an opportunity to share their victories and struggles with like-minded people. When its all put together, from detoxification to outpatient care, the substance abuse treatment center gives people a second chance.

For more information on the treatment center in Riverside, visit http://drugsdetox.org or call (888) 444-9148.







Riverside Drug Detox Launches Awareness Program Around Adult Drug Addiction


Riverside, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2013

A Riverside drug detox center is launching a new awareness program around adult drug addiction and its severity through services at Drug Addiction Treatment Centers.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in a recent 2012 report, noted that the rate of current illicit drug use among adults aged 26 or older was 7.0 percent, including rates of 5.3 percent for current use of marijuana and 2.1 percent for current nonmedical use of psychotherapeutic drugs.

Less than 1 percent of adults in this age group were current users of cocaine (0.6 percent), hallucinogens (0.2 percent), heroin (0.1 percent), and inhalants (0.1 percent). The 2012 rate of current illicit drug use was higher than the rate in 2011 and in 2002 through 2009. The 2012 rate of current marijuana use was similar to the rates in 2010 and 2011 (4.8 percent in each year), but it was higher than the rates from 2002 through 2009.

Drug rehabilitation allows adults a chance to get clean from their drug of choice, whether it is cocaine, heroin, marijuana, or prescription drugs. A part of this process is detoxification, cleansing out the physical body filled with mind-altering substances. Drug detoxs main goal is to rid the body of chemical toxins.

Once this process takes place, then counseling and therapeutic methods can enter into play. More times than not, there are real-life issues that a person has used drugs to hide, repress or deny within themselves. Some issues might include physical, emotional, spiritual or mental abuse.

Drug rehab centers stand firmly upon the foundation of the Twelve Spiritual Principles of recovery, which include Honesty, Hope, Faith, Courage, Integrity, Willingness, Humility, Love for Others (Brotherly and Sisterly), Justice, Perseverance, Spirituality and Service.

These centers exist to support and guide recovering individuals as they learn to seek a different path that does not involve drugs. Entering and going through drug rehab can become a life-changing journey for any person serious about kicking their habit.

For more information on Drug Addiction Treatment Centers in Riverside, visit http://drugdetox.org or call (855) 912-7867.