This Narconon Arrowhead graduate sent in a success story, 3 years after graduation to say how well she is doing.
Alex reached a turning point when he lost his best friend to alcohol. This made him realize how drinking had cost him dearly – from health issues to strained relationships. Read about his story and how Alex took his life back from alcohol addiction.
This is a success story of a meth addict who got clean on the Narconon program and has been drug-free for more than 8 years. He is now married with 2 children and has a great job in the U.S. Army.
A recent drug bust in Oklahoma was so alarming that the event made national headlines and prompted Oklahoma law enforcement to perform a broader investigation into drug seizures in the state.
Upon winning a significant settlement against multiple pharmaceutical opioid manufacturers, the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma is using its settlement monies to fund the construction of a residential addiction treatment center on the tribe’s reservation.
This a thank you to all my friends, family, and staff at Narconon Arrowhead who never gave up on me when I had.
Oklahoma has struggled with one of the worst prescription drug addiction epidemics. Given that a growing number of young people are getting their first experience with prescription drugs by finding meds at home, a critical step in ending this public health crisis will be informing parents and families about removing unused prescription drugs from Sooner State households. Thankfully, there is frequent Prescription Drug Take Back events and safe locations where concerned residents can properly dispose of unused pharmaceutical drugs.
Laura enjoyed a pleasant life in San Juan, Puerto Rico, before she was introduced to drugs and alcohol. Memories of sandy afternoons on the beach with her mother and brother, swimming, and building castles kept her balanced. Family was a core foundation for Laura. As it will, life took a turn…
Recently, the Oklahoma State Justice Department succeeded in coming to a settlement with drugmaker Allergan and pharmacy chains CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart. The settlement came out to about $226 million, funds that Oklahoma won from the four corporations for their harmful role in advancing the opioid epidemic. This settlement is a victory for Oklahoma, as the Sooner State has been one of the states hardest hit by the opioid epidemic, especially regarding prescription opioid addiction.
Enjoy your sober life by being in the moment, take your time and don’t rush anything, never lose focus on your goals and strive to be happy.