When I first decided to come to Narconon Suncoast, I really had no idea what I was getting myself into or what was going to happen. I had been using heroin for years and didn’t know if I’d ever be able to stop.
I started using drugs at the age of 15. I started with cocaine, marijuana and alcohol. I initially used drugs to cope with stress and anxiety, but they started to control every aspect of my life. This made it extremely hard to be a person. In all reality, I was not in touch with who I really was.
Lisa and Larry Herd, parents of Kylie B Straight to my knees. That’s where I went. It was almost like it was all in slow motion, like I was watching myself from the outside. Then came the overwhelming feeling of nausea.
“I feel that I can face life and its challenges and be a successful person.” “Before I came to Narconon my life was pretty stagnant and I was very unhappy and not doing well. Years ago, I abandoned my morals and adopted a ’do whatever I want’ attitude.
Methadone: Profits Made At the Expense of Addicts #2 in a 3 part series on: Methadone: A "safe" replacement for heroin?
Methadone: Profits Made At the Expense of Addicts #2 in a 3 part series on: Methadone: A "safe" replacement for heroin? The use of Methadone has been employed for years as a substitute drug for heroin and painkiller addiction.
Pam and Jeff, who got their son back thanks to the Narconon Program! On August 14, 1981 our beautiful baby boy was born. We had hopes and dreams of his future, what he would become and where he would go. We gave him the best childhood possible.
Success at Narconon Suncoast After years of alcohol abuse, Veronica was able to face her life in a way she never could before. By doing the Life Skills Courses I was able to analyze the people in my life that I was connected with.
47 Days Into Recovery; A Candid Conversation with an Ex-Drug Addict On December 24 th , 2015 Melissa entered our facility un-showered, dangerously malnourished, dirt caked up under her fingernails and wearing three-day old clothes.
When the addictive issues of a loved one come to light, the first response, generally, is anger. “How could they do this to us again?” “Doesn’t he realize he has a family to take care of?” “She has so much going for her.
I Just Graduated Rehab… Now What Do I Do…? One of the most common dilemmas for addicts and their families is what to do after graduating from a rehabilitation program.