We All Deserve a Chance at Happiness

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I was at the lowest point in my life. I had a sports injury at 32 years old. I went through 7 knee surgeries and I quickly realized that the pain medicine I was prescribed by my doctor numbed not only the physical pain, but my emotional pain as well. I had a pretty rough childhood that I never wanted to face. I became very addicted to my pain pills as they seemed to help me cope with life better.

As my addiction progressed, I was eventually kicked out of the pain management program I was in and started buying “Roxy’s” off the street. I started pawning everything I owned and I even pawned all of my husband’s tools not only once, but four times. I kept spiraling further and further down the rabbit hole and started shooting heroin. I am a middle-aged mother of three beautiful children and a wife to the most amazing man. I was shooting heroin for about 5 months until I finally hit rock bottom. My husband told me that he wanted a divorce because I wasn’t there the way I should have been for him or my children. I was drained physically and mentally. I finally went to my husband and told him that I couldn’t continue down this path and that I needed help for my addiction.

I had been reading success stories on Facebook about Narconon graduates, so I decided to give them a call. I was on a plane the next day to Narconon Suncoast.

I am forever grateful to have done this program. I dealt with my addiction and the things that drove me to use drugs. If you or someone you know needs help with addiction, I urge you to strongly consider the Narconon Suncoast program. They have the most caring and amazing staff working with you through every step of the program. It might be scary at first to admit you have a problem and go to treatment, but you should do anything and everything you can to get yourself well.

We all deserve a chance at happiness!

C.A. - Narconon Suncoast Graduate


Jason Good

Jason has been working in the field of addiction and recovery for over 11 years. Having been an addict himself he brings real-word experience to the table when helping addicts and their families, while also offering a first-person perspective to the current drug crisis. Jason is passionate about educating the public about what’s currently going on in our society, and thankfully, offers practical solutions. Jason is also the co-host of The Addiction Podcast—Point of No Return. You can follow Jason on Google+, Twitter, or connect with him on LinkedIn.