SOURCE: Fresh Start Private Management Inc.

Fresh Start Private Management Inc.

April 20, 2011 16:00 ET

Fresh Start Private Sponsors the Community Courts Foundation in Orange County, California

Community Courts Foundation Formed to Support the Incredibly Successful Collaborative Court Programs

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 20, 2011) - Fresh Start Private (OTCBB: CEYY), a leader in the alcohol treatment and rehabilitation industry, announced today that it is sponsoring the Community Courts Foundation in Orange County, California.

The Foundation supports the Orange County Collaborative Court programs by providing participants with services and support that help them satisfy program requirements, overcome obstacles during recovery and develop the life skills and confidence they need to become productive members of society.

The Foundation uses volunteers and existing public/private resources to maximize participant services and ensure that donors receive full value for their contributions. The Foundation works closely with the Courts to identify the specific services participants need to graduate and succeed.

Serving adult and juvenile drug offenders, DUI offenders, and the at-risk population of veterans, homeless and the mentally ill, Collaborative Courts use the power of the judiciary and collective skill of the probation and sheriff's departments, health care agencies, public defenders and District Attorney's offices and judges and staff to help those on a destructive path become functioning members of society.

About Fresh Start Private

Fresh Start Private is an alcohol addiction, alcohol withdrawal, alcohol abuse treatment and alcohol detox rehabilitation company on the leading edge of the alcohol addiction treatment. The Company has licensed a highly effective treatment delivers target therapeutic levels of Naltrexone that significantly reduce patients' cravings for alcohol.

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