Alina Snowden in Success Story
March 22, 2022

The High Took Me So Low

One of our graduates tells of his relationship with his family and how they reacted when he became addicted to drugs. He talks about how he mended the relationship and came to realize they weren’t the enemy.


Alina Snowden in Family Help
December 10, 2021

The Mistakes of the Families of an Addict

One of our past graduates tells her experience with those in her life and how they dealt with her drug addiction and alcohol abuse. She shares why her loved ones struggled to get her to change and how she feels they could have been more effective.


Aaron in Success Story
November 11, 2021

Changing For The Better

One of our graduates tells the story of how she regained the trust of her family after losing it due to her bad choices. Finding her way back from the depths of addiction she learns how to stand on her own two feet.


Aaron in Success Story
June 10, 2021

Sober and Together

Three of our graduates father and twin sons all sober together for the first time in 20 years. One son tells the story of their story and how they over came their addictions as a family.


Aaron in Family Help
October 29, 2017

Where Did We Go Wrong?

Candid Parenting Tips from a Former Drug Addict Who Had Loving Parents and a Proper Upbringing. I hope this story helps parents spot unhealthy signs in the event their child is moving towards addiction. If my story could change one life or prevent one addiction, that will be more than enough of a reward.


Aaron in Family Help
October 16, 2017

You Might Be Living with an Addict If…

Living with an addict is not only heartbreaking but can be potentially dangerous. Between accidental exposure and the danger of having illegal drugs in your home, living with an addict can be a huge liability. Living with a heroin addict could even mean someone could overdose in your house.


Aaron in Testimonials from Families
September 17, 2017

“Narconon SAVED MY SON”

I’ll start from the beginning. When my son was 13, I noticed a change. Maybe it was hormonal. That happens. Denial. At 16, I noticed even more of a change. Maybe it’s a girl. Another denial. Maybe it was the fact I had remarried as did his dad. Denial again. Anger, outrage, being disrespectful.


Aaron in Drug Rehab
September 12, 2017

Waiting for Rock Bottom

Someone you care about is clearly an addict. Or, not so clearly… maybe you suspect it. If you suspect it, they usually are. Let’s face it, the signs of drug addiction are not subtle. However, it’s not something anybody wants to be true. We don’t want THAT to be happening.


Aaron in Success Story
August 20, 2017

Making Up for Everything I Did

“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.…“


Aaron in Addiction
July 3, 2017

What Addicts Cause

“What they don’t know, won’t hurt them.” We often justify our wrong doings with the idea the action we’re taking only effects ourselves. Regardless of whether someone else can objectively see what it is we’re doing, one's actions can influence something negative in another's life.