It is an unfortunate fact that enrolling in a drug rehabilitation treatment program does not automatically guarantee that one will be successful in achieving and maintaining sobriety from drug use. Choosing a rehabilitation facility simply because it’s close to home or inexpensive may not result in the physical and mental improvements one hopes to achieve, and can be disappointing as a result.
It’s a simple fact that few people would use drugs if they knew what drug use would eventually do to them. It can start out innocently enough with curiosity about what drugs are like. Maybe it’ll be a lot of fun, right? Drugs can feel amazing at first, but they rapidly start to deteriorate every facet of your life. Before you know what’s happening, your life is falling apart and you don’t know what to do.
For years, Kelly had been suffering through her life as a drug addict. The longer she continued using drugs, the worse things got, and the more she felt that she couldn’t live her life without drugs. That’s how it happens. The person starts using drugs as a way out or as a “solution” to some type of problem in life, but of course the drugs only make things worse, and then before long there seems to be no way out except for using more drugs, and so the cycle continues. That’s what was happening in Kelly’s life. She had reached a point where there didn’t seem to be any other way. Her life seemed like it had been ruined. She had already been in and out of jail more than most people can imagine, and her family had all but given up hope of getting their daughter back. As a last resort, they tried Narconon. They sent her to the Narconon Arrowhead drug rehab center in Oklahoma, placing their last hopes in the well known addiction treatment program.