When I graduated from the Narconon program it was great, this was the hardest and most rewarding thing I have done for myself. I am looking forward to never having to leave my kids again because of drugs, and I am looking forward to never having issues with my husband over drugs.
I am excited about what is to come. I am content. To the ones that are still struggling… contentment without drugs is possible. Narconon can give to you what it gave to me.
After completing the program, for the first time in my life, I can say that I'm not that broken girl anymore.
Narconon helped me find myself again—something I thought was impossible because I had been lost for so long. This program is worth it. It has saved my life. I now have the confidence to go home and build a new life, to hug my kids and to build a future that I won’t need to escape from.
I’ve been battling drug addiction for the past 15 years. Coming to Narconon Arrowhead has been lifesaving. I came in sick, angry, regretful, and unhappy how my life was turning out. Now I’m confident, healthy, and so appreciative of this blessing of sobriety; being honest, speaking my mind, not invalidating my own view points, and being true to myself and loved ones.
When I first arrived at Narconon I went through withdrawal. Then, I went through the New Life Detox and got all the toxins out, which made me feel incredibly better. I felt alive for the first time in a while.
I would like to briefly give my thanks for the recent success I feel regarding the Objective portion of Narconon’s program. Objectives were tough but thanks to Les and Fio’s encouragement I persisted and was rewarded in several specific gains.
My parents did an intervention which was really hard for me because my drug use wasn’t exactly out in the open; however my parents had a good idea of what was going on. When I accepted the help, it really solidified the idea of having become an addict…
Acting quickly is essential and everyone needs to know how to handle an overdose. It can honestly mean the difference between life and death. So, what’s the right thing to do in the case of an overdose?