Addiction Can Impact Anyone
When you think of someone who is struggling with addiction, there is no set image of what to think. Just like everyone in the world, addicts have different upbringings and come from different walks of life.
Reaching Out After Relapse
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.
Trauma and Rehabilitation
It is fairly common knowledge that many that struggle with addiction have suffered from trauma that has played a role in their substance use. However what can be done about treating trauma and addiction.
Reckless And Dangerous My Trip to Rehab
Mother’s often speak of how their children should outlive them. It wasn’t until I spoke with a mother who had lost her son, I realized how close mine came to losing hers.
Make 2021 A Better Year
2020 was a hard year for many. With lockdowns, financial hardship, and untimely deaths due to not only COVID-19 but drug addiction. So how do we move forward and make this year better.
Is There an End to the Blame Game?
How does responsibility play a part in addiction? We dive into what role responsibility plays in recovery and how this affects every part of an addict's life. The Narconon program works to increase the responsibility level of an addict so they can begin to heal and move forward in their life.
Few people using drugs like heroin or cocaine test their substances. This means shady dealers can easily slip much less expensive fentanyl into the drugs often without the user’s knowledge.
Repairing the Physical Damage of Addiction Holistically
Our facility provides a holistic approach to helping a person using drugs or alcohol since the physical damage of addiction has several variables to address. A holistic approach to this can address both the physical and the mental aspects.
Dealing with Feelings of Guilt After Addiction
Addiction has a lasting effect on both the addict and their family. One of the hardest parts of the healing process is dealing with things that occurred in the past.
From Father to Son—Alcoholism
Drugs and alcohol have created many problems in my life. My father had an alcohol problem since I was young. He and my mother always fought and screamed at each other. From a young age, I learned to find things to distance myself because I hated being around them or spending any time with them.