On the day of Betty Ford's funeral, celebrities are among those reflecting on the help they received from treatment at the Betty Ford Center.
The wife of the late President Gerald Ford and founder of the famed drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic bearing her name died on Friday at age 93.
Betty Ford was the First Lady of the United States from August 1974 to January 1977. Her willingness to speak candidly about her personal battles with cancer and addiction helped to shatter longstanding taboos in the United States. The Betty Ford Center has helped thousands battle drug and alcohol addiction.
Rosalynn Carter spoke fondly of Betty Ford during a tribute at Monday's memorial service. She was never afraid to speak the truth, including about her own struggle with alcohol and pain killers, she said. Her honesty gave help to others every day.
Here are a few of the people Betty Ford helped, or sincerely tried to.