Wow, it’s been a long hard road, but nothing like this comes easy. I was a wreck when I got here. I was a liar and a junkie who hated life. I didn’t want to confront or handle anything in life. When I first got here, I really did not want to be at rehab but I pushed through because I had everything to lose. I wanted to save my life and get back what I lost and I did. The staff gave me the tools and helped me to save my life. They didn’t do it, I did. They just devoted themselves to helping me be the man I am now.
I built so many relationships at Narconon Louisiana; from students to staff. This place saved my life and I am so grateful. I would do it again if I had to. I moved from Mississippi to Baton Rouge and come a few days a week to help others like me. Narconon taught me to give back and not just take.
I love being able to give back my time to this place and to people who are just like I was. They just need a chance. We all need and deserve a chance.