Ben Affleck jumped into a dispute over the recreation center where he stayed for 40 days … and said that the guy who treated him for alcoholism literally saved his life ,
Ben supports Noah Levine, who founded Refuge Recovery House, an alternative program to AA. A woman who had Levine threw him a year ago sexual misconduct and other problems … The LAPD investigated the case and the prosecutor's office rejected him. Even so, the board is trying to force Levine and says the allegations are for getting rid of him.
Affleck has just made a statement in which he states to have been a patient who had been at the Refuge Recovery Treatment Center last August after lost his sobriety . He also regularly attended meetings and even received a one-to-one therapy with Levine.
Ben says, "Working with Noah and his Refuge Recovery program has literally changed my life, today I am sober, happy, I am healthy and have custody of my three children, all of these things are the result of Noah in my life, I do not know what I would have done without him. "
Ben continues …" Noah's patient statement Buddhism, patience, kindness, compassion and forgiveness are the foundation of my life today owe him for my current professional life, life with my children, and the inner sense of equanimity that I can actually achieve from time to time. "
To support Levine, Ben casts shadows on many Hollywood supporters and says: "I've been with many people in the field of recovery, self-help, and the world of together. Those who hang out with celebrities to earn profit and attention … Noah is undoubtedly the person, mi The one she has in common The greatest integrity, the greatest honor, the most sincere compassion, and the least self-interest motivation I have ever known.
And Lindsay Shookus, who calls Ben their "then-boyfriend," says, "I can not begin to express the tremendous value that Noah's teaching and treatment counseling has for both me and Ben and for my relationship with them Ben had. "