Recovered Heroin Addict, Drug Dealer, Graduates from Columbia University, Drug Rehab Newark Responds
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 04, 2016 ) Newark, NJ -- As reported by the Huffington Post, David Norman became the oldest graduating member of Columbia University's class of 2016 at 67 years of age. Norman overcame heroin addiction and a life of crime, which included a six year prison sentence for manslaughter. After rediscovering his love for learning and beginning a life skills program for transitioning back into society, Norman continued working to improve the lives of others, eventually coming to work for Columbia University. Despite limits placed on the number
As a facility which provides Addiction treatment in Newark, Drug Rehab Newark knows that substance abuse and past criminal activity does not negate one's potential for growth. Drug Rehab Newark congratulates David Norman on not only graduating from an Ivy League school, but inspiring so many people along the way.
A representative of Drug Rehab Newark comments:
"David Norman is such an incredible man for overcoming his struggles to triumph as we have witnessed with this accomplishment. He is an absolute inspiration for anyone and everyone who has had to jump barriers and conquer obstacles in order to advance in life. He is a perfect example of what sobriety and a second chance can be; it's never too late to turn life around."
About Drug Rehab Newark 07109:
Drug Rehab Newark brings relief and rejuvenation to clients from across the United States. By focusing on the personal obstacles in one's recovery journey, Drug Rehab Newark individualized treatment programs to best assure long-lasting sobriety. Traditional group and individual therapy sessions combined with holistic healing options like yoga, meditation, and acupuncture provide healing of the mind, body, and soul. Additionally, clients have access to a full gym and spa, salon services, and weekly events and outings. Upon completion of the rehab, referral services to sober living communities and relapse prevention services are available to help ensure the best possible start to a brand new, sober life.
For more information, visit http://www.drugrehabnewark.org/ or call 973-947-8129.
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