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Through Narconon Arrowhead I Have Found My True Self

find yourselfThe following review is from a former IV drug addict who, after using drugs in this way realized the trap of this type of addiction. He found Narconon Arrowhead through another graduate that was able to stop using drugs after completing the residential program. 

I remember the first time that I ever shot up narcotics. I felt this overwhelming sense of peace that I had never experienced before in my life. For the first time in my life, my head was quiet. The massive amounts of thoughts that went through my mind every waking minute of the day kept me in a constant state of unbearable discomfort. I allowed that discomfort to control my every decision, resulting in many years of bad decisions. Continue reading

Graduate Reports 5 Years Clean After Narconon Arrowhead Treatment

5 years cleanAn addict has much to face-up to in order to get and stay clean.  Sometimes it takes an intervention by those who love the addict to be able to even get him or her to arrive at a rehab.  Once arrived, there is drug withdrawal to face, and get through. Many addicts fear it, and justly so. Next is the rehab program itself, with all the variables of its philosophy and treatment, some proving far more easy to experience, and far more helpful to the person than others.  Once the person makes it thus far on the journey to attain sobriety, they now need to face the reality of the long run—maintaining their newly achieved sobriety and continuing to live a drug-free life from here on out. Continue reading

Former Graduate Speaks Out About Experience at Narconon Arrowhead

narconon grad speaks outNarconon Arrowhead has posted a video online in which Amber, a young woman who completed treatment at the center, shares her experience in the program. She says that when she first arrived at the Arrowhead center, she felt “sad, depressed, alone and very angry.” This is common for people who are just starting out on the process of rehab treatment. After all, they have typically recently experienced some type of life event that brought them to rock bottom, something that was bad enough to give them the motivation to finally quit using drugs and to put their normal lives on hold while they go to rehab for several weeks or months. In some cases, people who show up to rehab are feeling optimistic about the fact that they are now going to make positive changes and hopefully turn their lives around for good, but many people are in the position that Amber found herself in, feeling, upset and depressed about how bad things have gotten in their lives. Continue reading