Are you trying to help someone who is addicted to heroin? Or are you yourself a heroin addict who wants to get clean? There is help available.
Heroin addiction rehab comes in all shapes and sizes and maybe you or your loved one has already been through one, two or more attempts. The good news is that failure in a past heroin addiction rehab does not have to mean failure at the Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program.
Recovery for Heroin Addicts
The Narconon program offers a fully-featured method of addressing the problems that led to drug use in the first place, the damage done by addiction and the life skills that are needed to stay sober in the future. The program is completed at one's own pace so each person faces that new drug-free life when they are fully prepared, not when their 30 days runs out.
For more than forty years, those using heroin or other drugs have been able to find relief and a productive, enjoyable life after completing the Narconon program. After starting in Los Angeles in the late 1960s, centers offering are now located around the world in over 30 countries.
Flushing out Drug Toxins Stored in the Body
One of the essential features of this program is the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program. Heroin addicts and those addicted to other substances have a chance to flush out stored drug toxins that otherwise can effect the person long after taking them. After all, the cravings for more opiates are the terrible chains that lock addicts to the pattern of drug use. But those completing the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program state that not only do they have more energy and interest in life, they also can think more clearly and cravings are greatly reduced or even gone in some cases.
Increasing One's Ability to Live Drug-free
When this step is completed, the person going through heroin addiction rehab now has a better ability to develop new life skills and apply them to his or her life. Through the life skills component of the program, each person addresses the problems he created during the addiction. First she studies about such subjects as how to identify people who will lead you into problems, how to change problems into positives and how to recover his self-respect. Every recovering addict also receives a new common-sense moral code to guide him through the tough spots in life.
The Narconon rehabilitation program for heroin addiction is a comprehensive long-term program that helps a person achieve true recovery from their addiction. Given that many heroin addicts may be recovering from years or even decades of addiction, this is a small time to devote to real drug-free recovery.
The reward is the drug-free life for the addict and the relief for the family in getting back that person they love. This is the "how" you have been seeking. To find the closest Narconon program to your location, give us a call at 1-800-775-8750 today.