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You Finished Rehab, Now What? Eamon and Nina Have Answers For You!


Join Eamon and Nina for a frank discussion about what the heck you do after rehab. It is no longer okay to think that one stay at a substance use disorder treatment center is going to “cure” you from addiction. Many people need multiple stays but we can help make those experiences take less time and fewer relapses if we focus on your life AFTER treatment.

Eamon O’Hara comes from a substance abuse treatment background. He was originally introduced to this industry through personal experience where he attended a facility early in his 20’s and began his journey of continued sobriety. When achieving one year of sobriety he began work at a drug and alcohol rehab facility in the facility maintenance department and climbed through the ranks until becoming the company’s director of operations in 2014. Eamon has helped thousands of people get clean and sober and his involvement in the industry brings unprecedented insight to Alignment Addiction Recovery Group.

Christina (Nina) Warthen is originally from the East coast of the U.S. Nina is from an upper class family with no addiction in sight. At twenty years old she began a successful fifteen-year career in modeling. While modeling she was very often struck by how many people in that industry were functioning addicts and alcoholics. Eventually she had become one of those functioning addicts and reached out for help right before it was too late. Traveling and living all through Europe, and South Africa while based in NYC, her sobriety began after going to a treatment facility and attending AA meetings in September 2005. Her passion for twelve step programs and seeing what a sober life had awarded her externally but even more internally, lead her to seeking out a more meaningful career in treatment. She began working as a technician and was quickly promoted to a leadership position where she thrived. She left the company when she felt as though she could be more effective in a different capacity. She was recruited by a sober companion agency where she immediately took on a caseload.


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