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Parents never want to receive a phone call that could turn out to be the worst phone call they could ever get, that their loved one is in jail, or even dead from an overdose. Addiction can take a life and turn it inside out. To save your son or daughter becomes the most important thing you can do. With a Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Texas, you now have the solution for lasting sobriety.

Lasting Drug Rehab in San Marcos is now a Reality with Narconon

Narconon South Texas in Harlingen is a residential facility where an addict can at last find lasting freedom from drug abuse and addiction. The person who wants to leave drugs behind can come and participate in this holistic treatment that addresses the whole individual.


Many addicts have attempted to rid themselves of habitual drug use. And too many have failed in the attempt. Sometimes it was due to substitute drugs given to them by other drug rehab programs. Drugs such as methadone, Suboxone and others are used by many drug rehabilitation centers to try and ease a person off drugs. However, these substitute medications are themselves addictive. It is not successful to trade one addiction for another and not the way to lasting sobriety. And when a person relies on substitute medications in rehab, he or she also does not learn to deal with life while sober.

Narconon has a completely drugless treatment, including a drugless withdrawal, made more tolerable with the use of nutritional support and one-on-one work with experienced and caring staff. By not providing drug substitutes in treatment, Narconon is helping to proof an addict against relapse when he goes back out into the world.

Other Aspects of Recovery that Must be Addressed

A recovered addict is very disappointed if, once completing some rehab program, he again relapses into drug abuse. One reason this can happen is that drug cravings have returned and driven him into using drugs again. The problem can be that drug residues, lodged in the fatty tissues of the body, might be contributing to the triggering of drug cravings. This can happen even years after drug use has stopped.

The Narconon New Life Detoxification Program rids the body of these stored toxins. Through the use of moderate exercise, nutritional supplements and time in a low-heat sauna, these poisons are flushed from the body, leaving a recovering addict clean and refreshed. Many of those who finish this innovative detoxification say that drug cravings have disappeared.

Another vital phase of recovery consists of an education in how to effectively lead a drug-free life and not try and solve problems by turning to a pill, joint or drink. The Narconon Life Skills Courses do just this. The individual striving toward lasting sobriety must learn how to make the right decisions and face the stresses and challenges that present themselves in life. One course in this series is the Way to Happiness Course. Here the student learns twenty-one common sense moral concepts which, when followed, help him live an ethical lifestyle and become a productive member of society.

An Effective Alternative Drug Rehab in San Marcos is Needed

As many illicit drugs move into Texas from across the Mexican border, people of all ages are lured into a destructive life of drug abuse. San Marcos feels the impact of San Antonio as a major transportation and distribution center for these drugs. It becomes a vital necessity to locate a drug rehab that can effectively and efficiently provide lasting sobriety to a loved one.

The Narconon program gives an addict in San Marcos the real opportunity to live a life without drugs and be a contributing member of society. This alternative treatment saves addicted lives each day. An addicted person can achieve lasting sobriety and have a happy life once again. Call Narconon today at 1-800-775-8750.


Resources

  • http://www.utexas.edu/research/cswr/gcattc/documents/2011Trends_000.pdf
  • http://www.justice.gov/ndic/pubs32/32791/drugover.htm#Top








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