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.
Withdrawing from drugs can be a difficult experience. This is why we have Withdrawal Specialists available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help people get through it. It may not always be an easy process but it is the first step towards a brighter future.
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.
To assist the individual to come off drugs as rapidly and comfortably as possible, the Narconon program begins with a drug-free, withdrawal process. One of the major accomplishments of this first step of the program is the ability of the student to eat and sleep properly.
Withdrawing from any substance can be a difficult thing to do and is often times a major barrier to people seeking treatment or sobriety. At Narconon, we do our best to help each individual make it through this difficult time by providing round the clock care.
During the Drug-Free Withdrawal portion of the program, students focus on learning to be comfortable without the use of drugs and alcohol. One of the ways we work on this is by doing Training Drills. The two Training Drills we focus on during Withdrawal are “Be there” and “Confront.
Many times when people first step into an addiction treatment facility they are at an all time low in their lives. It can be difficult to have hope when it seems that all has been lost.
For many completing a Drug-Free Withdrawal is a major accomplishment. It is not always easy to learn how to deal with being sober, which is why we have staff members available 24/7 to help people through the withdrawal portion of their programs.…
Unlike many other facilities, it is our goal to help people become 100% drug free. We do not use replacement medications such as suboxone or methadone because we want to help people to be able to live free from the need of consuming substances to feel normal.