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Betty Ford Center
From its earliest days in 1982, the Betty Ford Center has treated women and men suffering from chemical dependency. The Center has always saved 50% of its space for women and 50% for men. Women and men reside in separate halls. The program lasts between 4-12 weeks. The Betty Ford Center at Eisenhower Medical Center 39000 Bob Hope Drive Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 Telephone: (800) 854-9211Place text here to describe your property.
From Passionaries... A Glad Awakening

"The American dream: Elizabeth Bloomer from Michigan married football hero Gerald Ford, and together they led their family all the way from the tree-shaded streets of Grand Rapids to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the White House. Despite her husband's very public career, Betty Ford was a private person and was relatively unknown prior to becoming a reluctant First Lady. But eventually with her four children, she faced the spotlight of public life with intelligence, courage, a strong belief in God, and boundless energy. What no one knew, including herself, was that she was suffering from two life-threatening diseases. This reserved and private woman would handle them both in ways that would have a huge impact on millions in America and abroad. Her courage would arguably make her the most influential First Lady of all time…”