DRUG REHAB

Jason Good in Drug Rehab
February 11, 2021

New Approach for Methamphetamine Addiction Shows Less Than Promising Results

Currently, medication-assisted treatment is used in the treatment of opioids and alcohol. There are no approved MAT protocols for other drugs, but that hasn’t kept some from trying to find new ways to treat addiction to one substance with another despite little evidence of efficacy.

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Jason Good in Drug Rehab
January 20, 2021

Suboxone: Still A Wonderful Failure

Read more about why medication assisted treatment isn't always the best option for opioid addiction. Opinions on MAT vary, but abstinence-based treatments may be the best bet for long-term sobriety.

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Jason Good in Drug Rehab
December 15, 2020

3 Reasons Not to Wait Until After the Holidays to Get a Loved One Help

Not confronting an addict or alcoholic before the holidays and waiting until after Christmas won’t go well. Instead of having the stereotypical Christmas with the family waking up early Christmas morning and opening presents around the tree, the real scene is often a bit darker and definitely not something the family wants, so here are 3 reasons not to wait until after the holidays to get your loved one help.

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Jason Good in Drug Rehab
November 5, 2020

Drug Withdrawal Fears Calmed Without Replacement Drugs

When a drug user has finally had enough of living one high to the next, detox and treatment is the only viable option. The "Catch-22" is that while they need to get off the drugs to save their lives, detoxing is terrifying and seems impossible to do without the help of replacement drugs.

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Julie in Drug Rehab
September 23, 2019

How to Get The Most Out of Addiction Rehab

No one envisions going to rehab as one of their life goals. It is something that happens when a person is going through something particularly difficult.

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Julie in Drug Rehab
November 19, 2018

Studies Show 28 Days Isn’t Long Enough to Treat Addiction

Recent studies have now shown that it takes on average 66 days to create a new habit that will stick, so why do so many treatment facilities expect that people can handle an addiction in 28 days? It is a rather unrealistic expectation that someone will be able to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction in such a short amount of time.

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Julie in Drug Rehab
July 17, 2018

Personal Growth & Addiction Recovery

The Objectives portion of the Narconon Program provides the opportunity for major personal growth and self-realization. A large aspect of the Narconon Program is the idea that people are better equipped to handle the challenges of life when they learn how to help themselves.

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Julie in Drug Rehab
April 2, 2018

The New Life Detoxification Program

For many people, the New Life Detoxification is a major turning point in their journey towards sobriety. This is one of the many things that sets the Narconon Program apart from other programs. “ While completing the sauna program, I had many positive wins and gains, both emotionally and physically.

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Julie in Drug Rehab
January 9, 2018

Narconon Colorado Staff Member Highlight: Don B.

Don is highly dedicated to his job and has helped hundreds of people get through their programs . He is great at making people laugh and at helping to give perspective on things when going through a difficult time.

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Julie in Drug Rehab
December 16, 2017

Narconon Colorado Staff Member Highlight: Tina Sue

When thinking about recovering from addiction the first thing that comes to mind will probably not be food, however, it is an important part of recovery. When people are caught up in addiction they usually are not eating regularly and often times end up developing several nutritional deficiencies.

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