I started a new productive life now and I am very proud of it. The biggest achievement I accomplished in my life was this past October 8th, 2022 when I was clean and sober for a year and I’m happy for that. I know that I made the right decision by coming here and going through rehab.
This one lifechanging, fateful choice can be the answer to a long-standing question every addict asks him or herself. Is this what I want? Truly? I knew the answer from the minute I realized that my addiction was extending far beyond my scope of control.
Thank you Narconon for providing my daughter with the skills to get free from drugs and alcohol!
I am now home with my children and that is an awesome feeling. They don’t have to hide where their mom is when other kids ask and I can attend their school functions without embarrassing them.
When I came to do the Narconon program I didn't feel that I had a problem with drugs, I thought that I would stop using any time I wanted. I was wrong. I was hurting myself and my family, and with the help of an interventionist and my mom I came to Narconon Arrowhead.
It feels great to look forward to a drug-free life and a chance to live life again.
Being high blinds you to the important and priceless things in life.
I went from a 190-pound horribly depressed, defeated alcoholic, stuck in a vicious cycle of self-doubt and sabotage to a 155-pound happy, alert, helpful, creative Narconon graduate.
I have been sober for a year and a half and I’ve been happier than ever.
I got to the point where I didn’t care if I lived or died, I was wasting my life away in my room getting high.