Gram Parsons' Daughter Expands Sober Living Home
Wed, 27 Nov 2013 10:45:47
Here is a case of making lemonade out of life's lemons.
Sober living champion Polly Parsons, daughter of country singer Gram Parsons, has announced the expansion of her successful sober living homes to include addiction and alcohol treatment for men.
In addition, she will open Hickory Wind Ranch Recovery Community, a unique 90-day treatment and extended care program that will be customized for male residents to determine the best way to help them beat addiction once their individual needs have been assessed.
Since opening Hickory Wind Ranch, it has become one of the premier sober living facilities in the country. Polly Parsons is the daughter of legendary country rock pioneer, Gram Parsons, who has influenced the likes of The Eagles, Elvis Costello and even the Rolling Stones.
Gram's struggle with addiction led to his untimely death at the young age of 26 after a heroin overdose. Polly addressed a question she often asked herself: what would have happened to her father if he had a safe haven to get the help he needed? Polly's mission was focused helping a struggling community-- so she opened up Hickory Wind Ranch in 2007, her sober living homes that cater to those creative minds seeking help from addiction.
After witnessing positive outcomes from her sober living residents, Polly's passion and vision grew to create an extended care and treatment community for men. "I'm excited about being able to offer full addiction treatment services and being a part of this journey, from the very first step of darkness into recovery," says Polly.
She is unveiling the Hickory Wind Ranch Recovery Community. This unique 90-day extended care and treatment program will be customized for male residents to determine the best way to help them beat addiction once their individual needs have been assessed. This new system includes full service addiction treatment for men.
To learn more about Hickory Wind Ranch Recovery Community, visit HickoryWindRanch.com.
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