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Outpatient program will prioritize needs of first responders, licensed professionals

Scott Silverman earned wide acclaim for his work in helping ex-felons secure housing, jobs, and a productive life in recovery. In his latest venture, he appears to have come full circle.

“My clients today are the ones who used to put my old ones in jail,” Silverman jokes.

His new Confidential Recovery program in San Diego will be targeting all first responders, from police officers to border patrol agents to paramedics (as well as licensed professionals such as physicians, nurses and attorneys), with occupation-specific partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services.

Silverman, who was named a CNN Hero in 2008 for his Second Chance program for offenders, says...

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Scott H. Silverman
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Scott found himself "hitting bottom" in 1984 and accepted that he needed help for his problem and pursued treatment and long-term recovery. After pursuing his own recovery, Scott dedicated his life to helping others who struggle with the same mental health and addiction issues that caused him so much pain. Scott has made an indelible mark on the lives of many in San Diego. He has been on KUSI dozens of times to raise awareness about the dangers that we face, and to speak a message of recovery.