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.
Now that I have completed the program, I am a responsible and reliable person. I have a newfound respect for others and myself, I learned to be patient and can’t wait to go back to being a proud mother to my two beautiful children.
Drug-Free for Good Award Recipient and Narconon Suncoast Graduate Celebrates 1 year of a Drug-Free Life!
Our Drug-Free for Good Award Recipient shares her amazing story, from getting hooked on narcotics due to medical reasons, to her amazing journey to a drug-free life that has culminated in beautiful and healed relationships with her sons and family.
I am so excited to graduate and look forward to being with my children. The fact that they know their mom didn’t give up on them will speak volumes on how important they are to me and how important I am to myself.
I never thought I would be here in my life until the day I chose to stop living off excuses and knew wholeheartedly I wanted this for myself. That’s when I was able to complete the cycle and learn how to live without drugs and alcohol.
With confidence and a new lease on life, our recent graduate shares her incredible journey to find this program and the amazing success that she has experienced in learning to love herself again.
As a child, I had a fairly good life. I lived in a small town and had good family support. For the most part, my childhood felt perfect. I was a cheerleader, played volleyball, went to church, youth functions, and did normal kid stuff. As a teenager, I started falling into a rough crowd .