Cary Quashen, founder and president of ACTION Parent & Teen Support Group Programs, will appear tonight on Access Hollywood at 7:30 p.m. in response to Demi Moore’s recent hospitalization related to an incident involving drugs.
Quashen said that he will discuss the drugs Moore used and their effects and dangers.
In addition to expressing regret over Moore’s situation, Quashen added, “The only thing bad is it takes a celebrity to have a problem before it hits the media and we have so many youngsters that are overdosing and having crisises everyday that never hit the media.”
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Quashen hosts Families in Action on Mondays at 12 on AM 1220 KHTS.
Cary Quashen is a certified addiction specialist, the founder and president of ACTION Parent & Teen Support Group Programs and ACTION Family Counseling Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers which offer intensive outpatient and residential treatment programs for both teens and adults. Quashen may be reached at (661) 713-3006. The ACTION Hotline number 1-800-367-8336.