Fio Magliola

I was studying at the University of Florida for 2 1/2 years when hurricane Harvey hit. The destruction that Harvey wrought opened my eyes to the world and those that were in desperate need of help. Since then, I found my calling at Narconon Arrowhead where I have helped hundreds of individuals move on to live new, drug-free lives.

Fio Magliola in Success Story
July 2, 2019

A Parent's Perspective

Any parent feels pretty helpless when one's child faces crises and pain. John is a middle-aged man with a good heart, great intellect, and a sense of humor. I knew that the choice of when and how to deal with his Alcoholism had to be his… I am VERY grateful that John searched carefully; connected with good people; experienced a program which has been fine-tuned for decades; and found the location where he and Staff members could work together toward what he wanted and needed, another chance to live his best life.


Fio Magliola in Family Addiction
June 27, 2019

The Indirect Victims of Alcohol Abuse

It is no surprise that alcohol is prevalent in our society. It is the most commonly used, easy to get and legal drug in the United States. Unfortunately, alcohol use doesn’t come without consequences—from waking up with a hangover to death in a traffic accident, alcohol use isn’t innocent.


Fio Magliola in Success Story
June 19, 2019

I Can Succeed in Staying Clean and Sober

Before I came to Narconon to pursue a drug-free life, I told my friends and family I would keep an open mind and really try. That was also a promise I made to myself even though I felt I was just going through the motions. I kept that promise—but not without help.


Fio Magliola in Cannabis
June 18, 2019

The State of Oklahoma Is Going to Pot

They've been popping up everywhere it seems. Ever since the passing of State Question 788 legalizing medical use of Marijuana last year, medical marijuana dispensaries are nearly as prolific as Dunkin’ Donuts shops are in New England. One local shop had a sign out front, “doctor on premise“.


Fio Magliola in Drug use trends
June 17, 2019

The Millennial Meltdown

Drugs and alcohol have claimed more Millennials than any other generation. Millennials are typically defined as those who were born anywhere between 1981 and 1996. They were the generation who not only witnessed the rise of technology but also experienced it first hand.


Fio Magliola in Opioid Crisis
June 16, 2019

The Not So Quick Fix

Our society functions with the idea that a drug will solve all our problems. Are you in pain? Here’s a pill. Do you have a headache? Here is another pill. Are you sad? Pill! Drug problem? Here's a pill to solve your drug problem.