Narconon Suncoast, a residential drug treatment center in Clearwater, FL, has actively participated in the fight against fentanyl use in Florida for decades. This year is no different with the facility sharing a strong message about the dangers of Fentanyl during Substance Abuse Prevention Month.
Finding reasons why treatment is too logistically difficult to pull off or any other reasons why getting treatment is impossible, is an easy trap to fall into. There can be many reasons people use to avoid committing to long-term residential care for substance abuse. Let’s go over and address some of the main factors people must confront in order to seek adequate treatment.
A glimpse into a long-time friend in recovery’s mindset after a relapse, and what it takes to maintain long-term sobriety. Sometimes the confidence given by an extended clean-time can lead to complacency, lapse of judgment, and slowly decaying morals. Time is not a factor to judge your success by, only your commitment to a better, drug-free life.
A person can come into treatment with the perspective of being punished or with the perspective of opportunity. Here I examine why viewing treatment as opportunity versus punishment can make all the difference.
Narconon Suncoast Spreads Message of Freedom On January 16th, 2017, Narconon Suncoast joined community leaders, activists and neighbors on Monday to celebrate the 33rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Coachman Park in Clearwater Florida...
Last month, Narconon Suncoast celebrated its one year anniversary of being open at its new Clearwater, FL location. The new, state-of-the-art center was built for one purpose: to be the most cutting-edge drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in the world.
Aside from the hundreds of displaced addicts roaming city streets after having relapsed and gotten kicked out of their sober houses, another problem is the buying and selling of addicts. Yes, that’s right, addicts are bought and sold at a cost…