“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…“
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.
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.
The best thing about working at an addiction rehabilitation center is helping people to get over adversity and regain control of their lives. Here’s what a couple of those people have to say…
It seems like I got here a long time ago which I did, but it’s nothing in the span of my life so far and also into my future. I never thought I would get through withdrawal , let alone sleep again. Now I am happy to say that I get about ten hours of sleep a night.
I have successfully completed the program at Narconon. I made it through withdrawal which helped me restore all the vitamins and nutrients that I had lost during my addiction to many things. Then I went sauna which detoxed my body from all the bad toxins that I had stored up.
In withdrawal, I got my system clean, my withdrawal symptoms over with and began thinking clearly. In the sauna, I started feeling better and I even gained weight (20 pounds). I started to look healthier as I was sweating out all the toxins from my body.
“When I first got here, I came from being homeless on the streets. I only came so I would be allowed to live with my dad again because that was his condition.…“
“I arrived here at Narconon Colorado —A Life Worth Saving on September 2 nd , 2018 at 11:45 pm not knowing what I was in for. When I arrived I was very drunk and high on cocaine. As I walked through the front door I had no idea what was in store for me and remembered feeling scared.
During my Withdrawal experience, I have discovered many things about myself. My first few days have been challenging but in a good way. I have learned some ways to help control my anxiety and urges to drink.