You Can't Do It Alone by William B. O'brien
The Daytop Way to Make Your Child Drug Free

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The inspiring story of the program that has saved over 60,000 young lives from drugs and alcohol--a plan that gives hope to all parents and families touched by addiction. O'Brien is founder and president of Daytop Village, a successful drug and alcohol program. A practical parents' guide to helping an addicted child.

About William B. O'brien

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Ellis Henican is a newspaper columnist, TV political analyst, and author of several "New York Times" bestselling books.
Published July 1, 1993 by Simon & Schuster. 288 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help. Non-fiction

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O'Brien's talks with addicts about their past, their Daytop experience, and their future are gripping--but he crows a bit too much as he records one triumph after another as Daytop goes worldwide (``We have provided technical guidance to so many countries around the world, it is impossible to rem...

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Feeling compelled to address the drug problem that had led to such a tragic incident, O'Brien, a Monsignor, founded the first Daytop drug rehabilitation center in Staten Island in the early 1960s.

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