Posted Wed, January 27, 2010 3:31pm EST

Brooke Mueller Checked Into This Luxurious Rehab!

If you’re going to be in rehab, this certainly is a nice place!

A new report by Entertainment Tonight says Brooke Mueller has checked into this illylic-looking Corolla Village, North Carolina, rehab center – called Two Dreams Outerbanks. Brooke’s stepdad Jon Fiore also just confirmed this to RadarOnline, “She is recognizing that she needs help and she can’t do it on her own.” Two Dreams sure looks a whole lot nicer than the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services concrete bunker that Tiger Woods is virtually incarcerated in, undergoing his sex rehab treatment.

Two Dreams offers a “comprehensive wellness program for individuals who dream of recovery from addictive disorders.” Residences are described as “elegant,” and the list of recreational activities makes it sound more like a resort than rehab! Boating, kite flying, horseback riding and kayaking are just a few choices, Brooke can pick from.

Not just anyone can go to Two Dreams. has learned – you have to have references. In other words, you can’t just pick up the phone and book yourself in.

Expect to pay at least $25,000 for a four week stay. And if you don’t think, with all the recreational choices, that this place isn’t serious – think again! The director, Andrea G. Barthwell, MD. was the deputy drug czar under President George Bush, and shes the former president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

So since you are at Two Banks Brooke – lets hope that your third round of rehab works like a charm for you – your twins, May and Bob, are counting on you!

–Bonnie Fuller

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Posted at 7:09 AM on January 28, 2010  

Wow did this page get paid for advertising this place?
The Drug Czar under Bush is just like all the others.
They have done nothing to decrease the gflow of drugs into this country or the use of drugs by our citizens, so I would not be impressed by her.

This would not be the place for anyone needing help, first of all, your first priority should not be how Luxurious the place is, secondly, anyone who is really trying to help someone would not require references other than your desire for help or your doctor’s for insurance purposes.

Places like this are for money and fame.
If you don’t have one or the other, they shut the door
on you. I guess that’s why so many poor people who want help are still out there on drugs.

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lauren s

Posted at 1:30 AM on June 25, 2012  

i attended two dreams for 6 weeks at the age of 19. because of my crappy money situation and my intense desire to get sober, they allowed me to stay 2 weeks free. when i went there were only a few people, two who were as poor as me, and a couple others who were very rich. they helped me find an insurance company that would cover my stay, the insurance costed about 350/month, but to save my life, it was worth it to work with counselors who got to know me on a personal basis, to learn that living healthy is not just about putting down the alcohol and the drugs. they taught me great eating habits, how important exercise is, and what it really means to set goals. they provided excellent therapeutic care which i definitely needed if i ever wanted to get sober. there were no celebrities there when i went, the other residents became such good friends who really supported my sobriety. it paid to be in a rehab that had fewer residents, i never wouldn’t gotten sober if i was at any free rehab where you’re just another druggie off the streets. i needed individual attention. you cant knock it till you try it. they recommended me to an aftercare outpatient facility which wasn’t so great at all because of my money situation, but it taught me how to practice the principles in the real world where i had to go out there and find 12 step meetings on my own. i love two dreams. if you have enough desire to get and stay sober, and you genuinely mean it, two dreams is the place to go.

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lauren s

Posted at 1:34 AM on June 25, 2012  

the article plays up activities, but there really arent too many. on the weekends they try to do activities, but it doesnt always end up that way. rehab is rehab no matter what activities they throw at you or what your scenery, rehab is about facing your feelings and your life SOBER and nothing but willingness to change will make that easier.

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Posted at 7:11 PM on January 27, 2010  

Stop with the stories about her – they are soooooo boring. She is kinda fug and hasn’t really done anything other than marry Sheen…if that counts.

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