Thanks to Narconon Arrowhead, My Future And Possibilities Are Endless!

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Thanks to Narconon Arrowhead, My Future And Possibilities Are Endless!

I’m coming up on one year clean and I wouldn’t be where I am today if I didn’t have the tools Narconon Arrowhead gave me. Prior to my arrival at Narconon® I was lost, empty and hopeless. I just did three years in prison and developed a 50 bag a day heroin habit. I went to about 10 other rehabs during my drug use, nothing ever worked. Throughout my program at Narconon, I was faced with different situations that I had to confront. I was challenged with learning a different approach to something I have been so familiar with for so many years. It was all strange to me and really didn’t make sense till I was almost about to graduate. I was in doubt my whole program. Towards the end I had a huge realization and knew that I was exactly where I needed to be in life. I decided to stay and train and every day after my program I continued to work on myself.

Narconon became my family. I met some of the best people there and still have the same relationship as I did when I was there now. Everyone was so supportive and made some of the best friends I could ask for. From the Executive staff to the kitchen staff everyone really impacted my life. As a staff member I was confronted with a situation where right then and there I knew the program worked for me. I went home to visit my family for a week in New Jersey and came back with a bunch of my old stuff from home. Long story short I found about 10 bags of heroin in my bag. When I saw it I was a little freaked out. However I handled the situation and confronted it. After consulting a staff member we contacted security, and it was disposed of properly. But at that moment I knew that the Narconon program worked.

I left Narconon to tackle my dreams and in my everyday life I use the tools Narconon gave me. I have the best relationship with my family and I am in my nephew’s life. I have my sister and healthy relationships. I actually LOVE the person I am, my mom actually trusts me and my future and possibilities are endless thanks to the Narconon program!!   A.P. -Graduate

 

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