Scott Disick Substance Abuse

Scott Disick Enters Treatment for Alcohol and Substance Abuse

With the reports of Lamar Odom being hospitalized from a drug overdose in Nevada, Scott Disick has elected to seek treatment at a rehab center in Malibu, CA, per US Weekly. The reality TV star has been seen in local grocery stores after checking in the center to receive help for alcohol and substance abuse issues. Disick will be spending his time at the rehab center Cliffside Malibu, according to People, and may not know of Odom’s current condition.

The 32 year-old is known for his on-again/off-again relationship with Kourtney Kardishian, whose sister Khloe is going through a divorce with Odom. Disick has frequently appeared on episodes of reality TV show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”, where his alcohol issues have repeatedly surfaced. His alcohol and substance abuse reportedly increased after losing both of his parents over a two-year span in 2013-2014.

He and Kardashian have three children together, and it is believed that his willingness to enter rehab at this time stems from an ultimatum given to him from Kardashian regarding seeing their children. Disick reportedly had a brief stay in a Costa Rican rehab center for hallucinogenic treatment earlier this year, and also sought treatment at a Florida center in July.

Hopefully Disick takes his rehab treatment seriously this time and successfully begins a road to a sober lifestyle.

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About the Reviewer: Chris Barnes

Chris BarnesChristopher Barnes has worked in health care for over thirty years. He is a graduate of Alabama State University where he earned a double Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work and Psychology in 1982. Christopher Barnes is currently the Director of Clinical services at The Discovery House where he has been employed for the past five years. Because of his extensive experience in health care & substance abuse he has an excellent rapport with constituents, clients, and other professional organizations in the counseling/social service community.

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