One of our graduates talks about his struggles coming into the program. Over time, he overcame them, grew up, and learned how to live a life free of drugs.
One of our graduates tells her story of feeling like she lost everything before Narconon. Over time, throughout the program, she gained confidence and realized nothing was going to hold her back.
Our recent graduate shares her amazing story, from her life before and after addiction, to all the incredible wins on her program and the excitement to live the new life she has created!
“I would best describe my life before Narconon in one simple word, chaos. The dwindling spiral I was lost in had been an ongoing process of self-destruction for almost 10 years. I first started smoking weed at around 12 years old, which led to Xanax, which led to pain pills, which led to heroin, and heroin led me to the bane of my existence, the needle.…
Young athletes can face more exposure to substance abuse than many of their peers by being invited to parties on weekends, taking performance enhancing drugs for their sport and using pharmaceutical drugs resulting from an injury.