(EMAILWIRE.COM, December 22, 2015 ) Miami, FL -- The Miami Herald reports that Scott Weiland, former frontman for Stone Temple Pilots and singer for Velvet Revolver, died in his sleep on December 4, 2015. Weiland's lifelong struggle with bipolar disorder and substance abuse have been well-documented; his ex-wife has come out to publicly denounce those romanticizing his battle with addiction. While drugs have not yet been tied to the cardiac arrest which killed Weiland, cocaine was found on the tour bus where his body was discovered, resulting in the arrest
Miami Drug Rehab understands the difficult battle of overcoming prolonged addiction. As a Drug treatment facility in Miami, the staff of Miami Drug Rehab work tirelessly each day to help aid those struggling with substance abuse. Miami Drug Rehab mourns the loss of each person lost to the disorder, Scott Weiland included.
A representative of Miami Drug Rehab comments,
"Loss of life is tragic no matter the cause. The untimely death of Scott Weiland will be mourned by fans around the world, those closest to him, and those in the addiction recovery field. While addiction is a chronic disorder, treatment and ongoing therapy can help manage the disease. Unfortunately, this treatment is only effective if one is ready and open to it; thousands lose themselves each year for this fact alone. We hope that the tragic loss of Scott Weiland will help end the stigmas associated with substance abuse and help encourage others to take vital steps to save their own lives."
About Miami Drug Rehab,:
Miami Drug Rehab provides addiction treatment in Miami for clients from across the country. With intensive therapy available as early as detox, holistic and traditional treatment options, as well as programs for help beyond treatment, Miami Drug Rehab is dedicated to the life-long sobriety of each and every client. Miami Drug Rehab offers total rehabilitation with access to a gym and spa, holistic treatment options, and life coaching.
For more information about Miami Drug Rehab call (305)928-2144 or visit http://www.miamidrugrehab.org/.
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