Our mission is to provide hope, health and healing to all those affected by the disease of addiction.
Through research-based and empathetic care, we instill hope that long term recovery is possible.
We believe sobriety and recovery are basic human rights. We take pride in our discreet partnership with our clients and our unique level of distinction.
Dr. Harry L. Haroutunian (“Dr. Harry,” as he is affectionately known by his patients) has helped individuals and families suffering from the disease of addiction for nearly 40 years via his role as doctor, author, lecturer, sponsor and friend. Dr. Harry is an internationally-known speaker and authority on topics of addiction and recovery from the disease of addiction, and has been featured in the New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post and appeared on the Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Drew on Call and The Dr. Phil Show.
Following a 30-year history of family and sports medicine in southern Vermont, Dr. Harry spent the next thirteen years as Physician Director of Professional and Residential Programs at the world-famous Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California. Board-certified in both addiction and family medicine, Dr. Haroutunian worked with thousands of patients in treatment, ranging from celebrities and CEOs to stay-at-home moms and older adults. Over the years, Dr. Harry served as a consultant to major treatment centers, professional sports teams and Fortune 500 companies. As a recovering physician himself, he has great passion for helping other doctors and professionals, including entertainers, business leaders, members of congress, professional athletes and their families.
Dr. Harry is President and Founding Director of Harry Haroutunian, M.D., Recovery & Wellness Network delivering addiction treatment services designed to help populations not well served by the traditional treatment model with offices in Rancho Mirage and Beverly Hills, California. His approach is discreet, focused and intense. Dr. Harry works with a limited number of patients at any given time so his attention is focused on the preparation and follow-up required for successful outcomes.
Dr. Harry continues to provide consultation services to other facilities, teams and companies as they navigate Addiction Treatment and look to meet their full potential.
Dr. Harry is the author of Not as Prescribed: Recognizing and Facing Alcohol and Drug Misuse in Older Adults (Hazelden Publishing, 2016) and Being Sober: Getting to, Getting through, and Living in Recovery (Rodale, 2013). He is co-author of Hijacking the Brain. He also created Recovery 101, a series of his lectured recordings on the topics of addiction medicine, recovery issues, communication skills, spirituality and relapse prevention. This series has been used throughout the country by treatment facilities, family-care programs, and medical schools to educate new doctors.