I didn’t want a rehab that would put me on Suboxone. I thought if I was going to quit, I had to quit fully. So I found Narconon, and it completely changed my life.
Numerous substances can take over a person’s life when they become addicted. Unfortunately, one of the most problematic of these is a medication prescribed regularly – opioid painkillers.
I get to see first-hand as people rebuild themselves. Being able to witness these transformations as things start to fall back in place for them is the most rewarding experience I can think of and the best place possible to call my job.
I came back to work at Narconon not only because I knew the program could save lives and I wanted to help do that, but I also came back to work at Narconon because I wanted to continue to enhance those skills that I learned. I wanted to continue to grow from the teachings and keep them fresh in my life.
Here’s my story since starting my drug-free life nearly three years ago, with the many successes I have experienced that all started with a decision to get help and a commitment to a better life.