Kool Living Recovery Center knows that one sizes does not fit all when it comes to treatment for alcohol and drug addiction. The rehab operates two facilities in California, and the Canoga Park location offers detox and residential substance abuse treatment. Through education, therapy, groups, activities and 12-Step meetings, clients gain insight into the disease of addiction, as well as build the tools and coping skills necessary to achieve long-lasting sobriety. The facility offers a full continuum of care, with individualized treatment plans to ensure that each client’s unique needs are met.
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Kool Living Recovery Center was co-founded by Nicholas Russi, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Nicholas has worked in the field of addiction and mental health treatment for over 12 years. A recovering person himself, he has had the fortune of helping addicts all over the world, founding programs in the USA, Costa Rica and Panama Central America. In addition to his professional license in California, he currently holds a certification in counseling and clinical supervision.More
With a degree in Business Administration and substantial experience as CEO of several companies in the drug treatment and rehabilitation field, Tigran is co-founder and CEO of Kool Living Recovery Center. Prior to establishing the Kool Living addiction treatment center, he founded the VIP Drug and Alcohol Education Center in 2007 and 2nd Chance Sober Living in 2010. Earlier he founded Health Advantage, a nurse staffing agency, and Advantage Board and Care for the elderly in 2001.More