“I arrived at Narconon Louisiana in June 2017, just having been released from the hospital and a mess, to say the least. I already knew that and seeing what I was doing to my family and how far down I’d dragged myself, led me to believe it was time to give up the way I had been living. For good.
“I feel like a new man. I feel really great being sober. I'm not thinking about my past mistakes or my drug addiction. This is the best program. I am glad to know that life is too good to not be sober.…“
“My experience at Narconon was very successful. I was well cared for through my treatment for alcohol withdrawals. Then, I completed the sauna program which made me feel whole again.…“
“Going to Narconon was one of the best decisions of my life. I am grateful I had the opportunity to do the Narconon rehabilitation program and change my life. I am especially blessed my father found and paid for the program; a lot of people don't get this lucky.
“When I arrived at Narconon drug rehab , I wasn’t in the greatest of health. I went through withdrawals then started on the sauna detoxification. When I finished sauna, I started feeling better. I was thinking clearly and had more energy. I went on to start objectives.…“
“When I arrived at Narconon Louisiana, I was desperate and wanted change. I knew I needed help and had lost hope there was anyone or anything capable of repairing the broken me. I never imagined this program or any drug rehab could impact me the way that this has.…“
“I can certainly say the Narconon rehab program has changed my life. In the Withdrawal area, I could safely stop drinking. I realized the amount of damage I did to become so dependent on alcohol. After withdrawing, I began feeling much better physically and mentally through doing locationals.…“
College is known for a couple things, not the least of which is the long hours of study and the need for coffee or some other pick me up to get through it. Shockingly, energy drinks, one of the most common helpers of exhausted college students, has been associated with illicit drug use.
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