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.
This a thank you to all my friends, family, and staff at Narconon Arrowhead who never gave up on me when I had.
I have gained so much progress and understanding about myself. It was the first time I feel like that. They helped me find myself again. I am now confident enough that I can do anything, I have the power to choose.
Kratom has been called a “wonder drug” by some. Others call it a “dietary or herbal supplement”. The Mayo Clinic calls it “unsafe and ineffective” and says that “research shows little promise”. Kratom has increased in popularity and use in recent years and has been designated as the cause of overdose deaths.
The trafficking and abuse of new synthetic opioids are deadly trends.
The opioid epidemic has an enemy making the abuse of illicit opioids even more deadly, and it’s called Xylazine, a sedative used in veterinary medicine, often used as a horse tranquilizer.
While deaths from COVID-19 are front-page news on a daily basis, another national public health crisis, overdose deaths from the use of illicit drugs, is growing. For many, the correlation represents strong evidence that another painful result of the pandemic is an increase in deaths from drug addiction.