One of our graduates tells his story of how he was negative and saw life negatively. During the program he changed and now can see the positive instead of the negative and knows he has changed for the better.
One of our graduates tells his story of coming to Narconon and overcoming may obstacles along the way. He now is living a life he never thought imaginable.
Some parents we have talked to say they aren’t willing to get their loved one into treatment until they are willing to go. While that seems nice, it’s unrealistic and here’s how to go about getting an unwilling addict into treatment.
Benzodiazepines are prescribed to treat a number of different things but many do not realize how deadly they can be. When mixed with alcohol or opiates, it can create a cocktail that’s ended the lives of many.
There are many myths you hear when talking about addiction. Here is a break down of some of these myths. Knowing this could be important to understanding a loved ones addiction.
One of our graduates tells his story of how he has maintained his sobriety for two years. He talks about how with the tools at Narconon helped him strengthen and mend the relationship with his wife and daughter.
Many addicts end up finding themselves in jail and calling their loved ones to bail them out. Is bailing them out the best choice when you know they need to go to treatment?
Many addicts are in drug-fueled relationships. They feel pressured to use drugs and may even think they have control because their partner will keep them in check. One of our graduates tells her story of how she was in a drug fueled relationship and how the drugs ended up taking control of her life.
One of our graduates tells her story of struggling with alcohol and how she lost almost everything and everyone. After coming to Narconon, she has repaired the damage done to her loved ones and thanks to Narconon, she is alive, well and happy!
One of our graduates tells her story of being ashamed after she relapsed. It was hard for her to admit but when she did, she knew it was the best thing for her. Here she talks about how there is no shame in reaching out for help, even if you just got out of treatment.