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Graduate Never Looked Back After Narconon Arrowhead Treatment

An individual who is considering rehabilitation treatment for their problems with drug and alcohol addiction probably hopes, among other things, to be free of their current life patterns and problems and to move off into a better future.  Perhaps they hope for a better career, a good marriage, children, nice possessions and other desirable things.  Where drugs have robbed them of life and wonderful sensations, rehab is hoped and expected to restore them to the joys that life can bring. It is an unfortunate fact that some individuals attend short-term rehabilitation programs that fail to fully address and resolve all of the causes, phases and effects of drug addiction and as a result the individual returns to drug use in the future.  It may be for this reason that so many individuals are wary of enrolling in rehab, but it may also be because many individuals still hold out hope that they continue to look for better rehabilitation programs.  Continue reading

The 5 Things Narconon Arrowhead Teaches Clients to Remain Sober

womanWhen you think of an alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility, what about the facility or its program would make it seem successful, the fact that it helps individuals through the drug withdrawal process or the fact that it does not use substitute medications, the fact that it provides counseling services?  While the above points may be important, it is also important to understand the true meaning of “rehabilitation”, and so understand what a successful rehabilitation center should provide. Continue reading

According to New Narconon Arrowhead Book Drugs Stay In The Body For Years

Female doctor handing diagnosis sheetSome individuals erroneously believe that if a substance abuser simply stops using drugs and successfully makes it through the withdrawal period, they can be restored to a healthy life.  It is true that a few individuals have been able to stop drug use on their own, but it is also true that these individuals are not entirely immune to a future relapse into drug use – even many years in the future.  Continue reading