I would like for everyone to picture a house, a very ordinary house, a house where there should have been happiness and a house where dreams could be realized. Instead, this was a house of sadness, a house where dreams struggled to survive. Mine did, however, as I dreamed that one day, I would find out who I really was and how to live a clean and sober life.
The decision I made to come to Narconon Suncoast was the best decision I have made in my life. Before coming to Narconon, my life consisted of bad choices, lies and deceit, irresponsibility, and an addiction that was going to continue to destroy my life if I did not do something about it. I was broken. Truly broken.
Recent headlines of massive border seizures regarding methamphetamine have been making the rounds lately, showing just how large of a demand there is for the drug in the United States and how the problem continues to annually escalate.
For the majority of my 30’s, with every birthday that added a number to my age, came a sadness of another year passed in a sinking ship. A life once filled with promise and potential falling further and further into the dark abyss of addiction.
What is rock bottom anyway? How far does a person have to fall before they hit bottom? How bad does their life have to get?
At last, I knew I could push through it and stay sober for good. After 60 days had passed, I felt more alive than I had in years, since before my addiction began. By 90 days...
It seems that that behind every drug, there is another drug to help with that drug.
At Narconon Suncoast, we have precise protocols and preventative measures in place to ensure our facility is the safest place possible for anyone seeking treatment.
A New Life I Cannot Wait to Live! Well, I never thought I would be here. I did it. I fully completed the Narconon Program! Throughout the program, I had various ups and downs, but each step of the way really gave me something new and useful to build off.
It is no secret that our country’s ongoing drug crisis has been heavily attributed to the opioid epidemic, but how did we get here? How did drugs like heroin make such a big comeback and later evolve into even more dangerous street drugs such as fentanyl?