From Keith Urban to Johnny Cash, celebrities have been turning to the Betty Ford Center for help battling alcohol and drug addictions since the former first lady opened the clinic in 1982. As the world says goodbye to Mrs. Ford, who died Friday at 93, Wonderwall looks back at how her program has inspired Hollywood to get clean and stay sober.
Betty Ford Center Stint: 2006
"When I went to Betty Ford, I didn't care if the whole record got scrapped. It was just time to take care of my life," Keith told People in 2007. "I'm never going to look back and think, 'I wish I'd toured for one more week in July.' That doesn't make any sense. I'm trying to find a quality of life, and that comes with trade-offs and sacrifices and balance."