I can remember when I was a young boy I woke up happy. I was free and full of life and dreams. The world was at my feet. I played baseball, basketball and football with my friends and I loved them all. Being part of something bigger made me happy on the inside.
September kicks off National Recovery Month with this year marking the 27th annual recovery month. This is the time we celebrate those who have taken their lives back from addiction and reach out to those who have lost someone they love and offer our support.
Here at Narconon, we encourage anyone on the Narconon program to write success stories. A success story is a summary of their achievements or wins for each section of the program. A win is something good that was accomplished or a realization that is important to their recovery.
’Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, He had everyone stirring, acting like a louse.
The Horror Show of the American Addiction Epidemic Although frightening, the reality of our addiction situation in this country needs to be confronted. Gone are the days of an addict being considered simply a problem in the family for an indeterminate amount of time.
To the staff of Narconon Louisiana: Imagine my super delight over the past six years since my beautiful granddaughter, Julianna, successfully completed treatment at your facility for drug overuse and that she is once again a well rounded, optimistic, family and career-minded, young woman.