“Coming to the Narconon program was the best thing I could have done for myself and my family. I was afraid when I first came here because I didn’t understand it. I didn’t think I would be able to get through it…“
One of the hardest things a person can go through is seeing someone they love struggle with addiction. In the beginning, most people will want to whatever they can to help their loved one get better. Sadly after all of the lies, disappointments and let downs it can be easy to want to throw in the towel when it comes to hoping someone will change…
Mike has always been willing to go above and beyond in order to help out wherever needed at Narconon Colorado. As a Course Supervisor, he helps people get through some of the most difficult aspects of their programs.
No matter what anyone tells you living a life of active addiction is hard. It’s a teeter-totter between regretting the past and worrying about the future. “How could I do that? When and how will I get my next fix?”
My journey began on September 12th, 2018 when my wife saw that I needed help with my addiction. I had become someone that she no longer recognized after 50 years of marriage. I was despondent and unable to be the man I needed to be.
Alcohol use during pregnancy is the leading preventable cause of learning disabilities, birth defects and developmental disabilities in children.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ), the rates of new infections from the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) have nearly tripled over the past five years and have reached a 15-year high.
I was flirting with death every day. Alcohol was devouring me inside and out. I couldn’t control it or hide it anymore, I was filled with guilt and shame. I finally dug a hole deep enough, scared myself, and cried for help. Narconon answered those cries.
One of the worst mistakes a parent can make when it comes to addiction and drug use is telling themselves “My child would never do that!” While we would all like to believe and hope that this is true, it is a risky lie to believe.
If you pay attention to the news or are apart of the addiction recovery community, chances are you hear about something related to the addiction crisis every day. Sadly, drug overdose deaths have become common occurrences.