FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Irvine, California, United States of America (Free-Press-Release.com) March 10, 2011 — She was once a beauty queen. Now Tiffany is a long time drug abuser with a one year old daughter. Her family has finally had enough with her addictions. They are turning to A&E’s Intervention for help. Will she accept help? If so, Tim Chapman, CDAAC, a 30-year treatment veteran in Orange County, California and founder of Chapman House is ready to help solve the problem. You will see it March 14th, 2011, at 9pm on A&E TV. You can see a preview here. Just click on Tiffany.  http://bcove.me/kvrpi6tv

America’s Parenting Coach, and the endorser of Teensavers Home Drug Test, Tim Chapman treats former beauty queen and meth addict Tiffany, on A&E’s Intervention Monday March 14th. America’s Parenting Coach, and the endorser of Teensavers Home Drug Test, Tim Chapman treats former beauty queen and meth addict Tiffany, on A&E’s Intervention Monday March 14th. America’s Parenting Coach, and the endorser of Teensavers Home Drug Test, Tim Chapman treats former beauty queen and meth addict Tiffany, on A&E’s Intervention Monday March 14th.

Welcome Vist Our WebSite: http://www.myteensavers.com Tiffany uses alcohol, methamphetamine, and GHB regularly. With her life spiraling out of control, her family decides they cannot accept this behavior. They want to confront this former teen before she loses her one year old child. They also want to remove her from what they say is an abusive relationship.

Chapman cannot comment on the treatment he provided, but regarding the drugs used by Tiffany, he says, this combination can have a lethal outcome. “This is a potentially deadly mix of chemicals. Most people can have serious health risks misusing one of these substances, but to combine them, there is a strong chance for fatal outcome.”

Chapman currently services as Executive Director of Chapman House and has a more than 30 years of experience diagnosing, consulting, and treating patients with substance abuse. He has numerous degrees and certifications from accredited universities, including UC Irvine, the University of Utah, and is presently in the Graduate Program at the University of the Cumberlands, UK. He has designed and directed 8 state-licensed, residential, outpatient and hospital based treatment programs in California. In 1993, Tim was named “America’s Parenting Coach” by Concern Counseling Services. At the time, Chapman was a Volunteer Director for CCS. He oversaw substance abuse cases for the group’s 46 Catholic schools in Southern California.One product he believes in is the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit®. He believes that it’s a must-have in every family’s home.

“The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit® should be right next to the thermometer and the toothpaste in your home medicine cabinet. Parents take their temperature when their kid has a fever. They should be utilizing the drug tests when their kids first show signs of poor behavior or attitude, or when they begin to develop poor habits or school performance.”

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