BETTER FAMILY RELATION
The father of a Narconon graduate tells his story of how his daughter grew up seemingly normal. Things then took a turn when she became an addict. He had to make difficult decisions he never thought he’d have to make.
One of our most recent graduates tells his story of how he first had doubts and was reserved about going to treatment. Throughout the program, he overcame this and realized a lot about himself and is now able to overcome obstacles.
One of our graduates tells her story of the struggles she faced before going to Narconon. Throughout the program she gained more confidence, forgave herself for her past, and found what true happiness is.
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.
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 is now one year sober. She wanted to share her story of how she came to Narconon and changed her life. After completing the Narconon program, she decided she wanted to dedicate her life to helping others.
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.
One of our graduates opens up and tells her story of how she rebuilt the relationships she damaged because of her drug use. She overcame many challenges and learned to take responsibility of her life and her choices.
One of our most recent graduates opens up and tells his story about how he felt hopeless and isolated himself. He talks about overcoming many challenges and how he knew Narconon was the right choice for him.
I know addiction to any substance can be life-threatening and tears a family apart. It’s hard to find or seek help when you are deep in your addiction. I was at the point where I severely needed help.