My son was gone, but now he is back and everyone in the family is glad he is.
Every year, the United Nations issues a report on the state of drug use around the globe. What does this year’s report tell us? It’s predictably grim news.
Narconon International dedicates this 55th anniversary to all essential workers and healthcare heroes around the world.
Jazzmine was so high on drugs she went missing for three days. Her mother put up missing posters. Once her mother found Jazzmine, she took her straight to Narconon. Jazzmine's life was saved that day.
Chris abused crack cocaine for 19 years. He got beat up and robbed and went to three different rehabs, but couldn't stop. That is, until he found Narconon. Narconon worked for him and he is still clean today.
Bobby abused drugs for years and got into plenty of trouble. He went to several drug rehab methods that did not work for him. He couldn't relate to the staff, for one thing. Narconon was different. The staff were caring and the program worked. Since graduating, Bobby has made his life career helping others, primarily through drug education.
Susan’s life was wrought with devastation from alcohol abuse over 20 years. Every rehab failed until she found Narconon. She went from near death to a successful life that she has maintained, well after graduating Narconon.
Chris had been hallucinating and had lost 55 pounds when he arrived at Narconon. He now has been drug free and productive for years and attributes his continuing success in life to the Narconon program.
There are darker sides to this storybook nation. And as in many other countries across the globe, drugs and alcohol are the two sides of this slippery slope downwards. Especially for the young Danes who want to party with their friends, binge drink, and try a few mind-altering drugs.
Every day Narconon staff members are helping individuals find a new perspective on life by getting them through a drug-free and effective drug rehabilitation program. Without this important work, many individuals would continue to suffer from the downward spiral of addiction with no hope in sight.