Mexico suffers from the burden of being in the path of thousands of tons of illicit drugs that are headed from South America or its own borders toward the US. While profits are higher if these drugs make it all the way into the states, an increasing amount of these drugs is distributed among the Mexican population. This means an increasing number of addicted citizens and an escalating need for effective rehabilitation.
To help Mexicans fight back against this growing epidemic, the Narconon drug rehabilitation has long been available in Mexico. In addition to a drug rehab center in Mexico City and one in Guanajuato, a new Narconon has just been opened in Tijuana to help save more addicted lives. Each long-term residential program uses such tools as a sauna, nutritional supplements, life skills training and restoration of personal qualities such as integrity and morals to bring about lasting recovery. There?s never any need for substitute drugs like methadone if a person can experience a tolerable withdrawal process and then really learn how to live a sober life.
Every person who is addicted suffers from guilt, cravings and depression that bar the way to lasting sobriety. The Narconon program is specifically designed to lift each of these burdens from those in recovery. The result is that the majority of graduates find the lasting sobriety they hoped for so desperately.
At Narconon, the staff know that it is possible to fully leave addiction behind. It is also possible to repair the wreckage that is so common to addiction. In the life skills section of this rehab program, each person learns how to address the broken relationships and dishonesty of the past, replacing that damage with new trust. As a new sober life is built, there is no longer any reason for the depression suffered by many addicts.
Mexican citizens have become increasingly prone to use of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine. As more drugs are used, more people become addicted and seek rehab. The number of people arriving at drug treatment centers increased from 13,000 in 2000 to 57,000 in 2006.
Some of the people who become addicted are those who work as drug trafficking "mules" or couriers. Many are underage recruits who carry drugs, particularly methamphetamine or cocaine, on or in their bodies. They may be partially paid in drugs, meaning they will quickly become addicted. To leave this "narco" lifestyle behind, they will need rehabilitation.
Another challenge in is that many thousands of Mexican citizens are suffering the effects of abusing methamphetamine that contained corrosive ingredients. For them, the effects of addiction may be even more severe than usual. The deep detoxification step of the Narconon program, using time in a sauna, nutrition and moderate daily exercise, helps these people by flushing out residual toxins.
But many people may live hundreds of miles from a Narconon center. To help even these addicts, more than a hundred Christian Twelve Step programs have adopted some of the techniques of the Narconon program to aid their clients in recovery. When their clients arrive, the rehab uses nutritional supplements and gentle exercises to calm their minds and bodies to make drug withdrawal more tolerable. Once they are stably through withdrawal, each person then practices the simple communication exercises that start to draw them out of the fog of drug abuse and into a new life.
The Narconon program can help you or someone you care about recover a fresh, new life again. Find out how.