After reportedly spending time in rehab and vacationing in the Caribbean, Demi Moore went home to Los Angeles this week.
Moore's rep declined ABCNews.com's requests for comment on whether the 49-year-old actress will continue to seek treatment following her January hospitalization. Moore has been quiet as well -- the usually active Twitter user hasn't posted anything on her account, where she still goes by @mrskutcher, since early January.
People magazine's Lesley Messer said Moore's current priority is her health: "She'll continue to work with her spiritual advisors, who in the past have included her Kabbalah teacher and Deepak Chopra."
She also has a robust support system: her three daughters with Bruce Willis, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah; her professional partner Amanda de Cadenet; and florist Eric Buterbaugh. Messer said Buterbaugh, who accompanied Moore on her recent travels and was photographed getting off a plane with her, treats her like a sister. "He's been by her side for a long time, and makes Demi feel safe," she said.
It could be months before Moore gets back to work. When she does, she may focus her time behind the camera. She passionately promoted the film she directed for "Five," an anthology of short films about breast cancer that aired on Lifetime late last year. Her latest project is "The Conversation," a TV series of "inspiring conversations about the topics that shape women's lives" that she's working on with de Cadenet. Details are few, but the two told Harper's Bazaar that it's due to debut this spring.
Moore will likely rely on Rumer, 23, to stay on track. The budding singer and actress has been Moore's crutch through her breakdown and divorce from Ashton Kutcher; she was there on the night of Jan. 23 when Moore was rushed to the hospital after smoking something. Rumer broke away from her mom to attend the Miami International Film Festival earlier this week, where she promoted her latest film, "The Diary of Preston Plummer."
Despite Rumer's thin appearance in photos from Miami, Messer said she's "doing very well" and "looked confident" at a Hollywood nightclub on Tuesday, where she performed four songs to a packed house that included her dad and Kutcher. An onlooker told People magazine that Moore's men hugged and appeared to be on good terms.
"It seemed really happy and loving," People quoted the source as saying, "and like the two would be friendly ... no matter what."