Dear Mom, As you know, I had a happy childhood with our family. Naturally, there were some troubling times as our family progressed, whether it was the loss of a family member or financial hardships that occurred, but throughout it all, our family remained strong and united.
My name is Logan and I am a recovering meth addict. I started smoking weed in 8th grade and it quickly became an every day thing. By the time I was 16 years old, in 10th grade, I was unmotivated and depressed with my life. I started to try other harder drugs like coke and acid. This progressed to meth and heroin…
An important aspect of maintaining a sober lifestyle is setting and achieving goals in different areas of one’s life. The hard work doesn’t stop when someone leaves treatment; this is actually the time when it is important to apply the skills that were learned during one’s program. One of our recent graduates shares the goals he has been working on since completing his time at Narconon.
I am 34 months sober! I came from a society where partying was the norm. I started drinking alcohol when I was fifteen years old and as time went on, I started dabbling in drugs.
Recent Graduates share their experiences with overcoming addiction at Narconon Colorado. “Narconon Colorado was a phenomenal program. It literally saved my life. Although each part of the program seemed difficult, it was worth it 100% to stick it out and conquer it.“
Recent graduates share their stories of overcoming addiction and starting a new path in life.
Before drugs, I was a lost soul whose life revolved around drugs. I lost a lot of things, from my family to my possessions and home. I came to Narconon to get help with my addiction with the help of my mother. I was very iffy being here.
Takes a lot of hard work and dedication. It isn’t always an easy road but it is well worth the effort. It is amazing how much can change in the course of a year when a person really puts their mind to it.
In my journey through the Narconon program, I have achieved tremendous success at this facility. I started out rough and rebellious, it took a few staff to coach me in the doors. The dedication that they had shown in that very moment amazed me.
Getting through an addiction treatment program takes a lot of hard work, self-reflection, and dedication. Some days are more difficult than others but when done correctly, the end results are well worth the time and effort.