Getting It Together: Whitney Decides To Stay In Rehab Beyond First 30 Days

- By Bossip Staff Categories: A "Lil Positivity", Congratulations, Drugs Are Bad M'kay

Whitney Houston

Glad to see Nippy has finally decided to rid her self of her demons for real.

TMZ reports she has decided to extend her out-patient rehab situation beyond the 30 days she originally signed up for.

Whitney Houston is voluntarily seeking additional treatment for drug and alcohol addiction … TMZ has learned — after completing a 30-day out-patient rehab program earlier this week.

Sources close to Whitney wouldn’t elaborate on what the additional treatment entails — but we’re told the singer has hired a round-the-clock life coach to help keep her on track.

We’re told Whitney personally decided to seek out treatment over a month ago as part of a longstanding recovery process — entering the out-patient program completely on her own accord.

As one source put it, “She really wants it this time.” So far, no word from Whitney’s rep.

Good! Lord knows Bobbi Kristina needs a roll model.


  • rene

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  • rene

    take away

  • Tina

    love you Whitney & wish you all the best.

  • I'm Just Me...Keeping It Real Since: 1983

    She needs to do inpatient first. Then try the outpatient. Clearly most of the people around her are “yes men” and enable her. I don’t trust them at all.

    But good luck Whit.

  • shalonndramarie

    I’m glad she is taking some steps on trying to take care of herself, if nothibg else should motivate her it should be her love for her child, she must realize shr has a daughter that’s needs her.

  • Amorie

    So proud of auntie Whitney. I know she’s been through so much in the past 20 years. It’s great to hear that she’s ready to give it her all plus some. Good luck to her.

  • robbied

    Hang on to that contract Whitney!

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