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.
Recent graduate Troy shares some of his personal accomplishments upon completion of his Narconon Program.
Early recovery feels like a whirlwind of fluctuating emotions. The rollercoaster of learning how to live life without the use of drugs or alcohol can be pretty intense. It can be easy to fall into the trap of self-pity and ingratitude.
The idea of quitting drugs or alcohol is often a scary thought to someone who is caught up in addiction. The fear of going through withdrawal or living a life of sobriety often times holds people back from taking the first step towards a better life.
The Narconon Program is a step by step process designed to help people learn how to improve their own lives. “Today I am 14 days sober, the longest I have been in the last couple of years.
It is inspiring to see the different wins that various people get out of doing the Narconon Program.
This Course provides people with the opportunity to take responsibility for and learn from past mistakes. Below are some wins from Narconon Colorado graduates they shared after completing this portion of the program.
I have just been approved for completion of the Narconon program. It has been a wonderful experience here. I flew into Colorado so apprehensive, even through Med-Detox, but once I started working the program I began seeing significant changes that I have never seen in the past.
The first step towards a new life in addiction recovery is getting off of drugs or alcohol. At Narconon Colorado, we have people to help with this process available 24 hours per day. Timothy shares his thoughts regarding his experience upon completing the Drug-Free Withdrawal step.