I am Proud to Say I am no Longer Addicted to Drugs

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The Narconon Program is specifically designed to go in a particular order so that people can get the most benefit from their time spent here. At Narconon, we do not feel that someone needs to label themselves as an addict for the rest of their lives. If someone is able to be honest with themselves and truly work through the program with the intention of getting better, then they can overcome their addiction. This does not mean that the work stops after completing the program—it is important to follow through with what was learned during treatment. It simply means that if a person fully handles their addiction then they are better able to leave it in the past.

“I have just been approved for completion of the Narconon Program. It has been a wonderful experience here. I flew into Colorado so apprehensive. Once I started working the program I began seeing significant changes that I have never seen in the past. The whole program is stacked in a perfect manner. I loved the sauna and getting rid of all those toxins. Then moving into Objectives I truly learned patience. Finally, moving into Life Skills where I cleared my conscience and prepared for the future. I am so happy to say today that I am no longer addicted to drugs.”

—Shawn, Narconon Colorado Graduate



After overcoming her own addiction in 2012 Julie went on to become certified as an addiction counselor in order to help others achieve a life of recovery. She worked in the addiction field for 8 years and now uses both her personal and professional experiences with addiction as an influence for her writing.