Ren in Drug Addiction
April 30, 2019

Strategies for Success in Sobriety

Anyone who has battled a drug habit or alcoholism and who has managed to break free from it and move into sobriety knows that overcoming drug and alcohol addiction is not like flipping a light switch. A different analogy may be more suitable.


Sue Birkenshaw in Narconon
August 17, 2018

3 Ways to Repair Relationships Through Recovery

The story of one woman who got honest with herself and others and recovered from her addiction at Narconon Arrowhead.


Kate’s Way Out of Drug Addiction

Her first use of an addictive substance was eight years before when she was 13 years old. A disruption in her family provided her with an excuse to abuse cold medication. She followed this with steady drinking and marijuana use.


Sue Birkenshaw in Drug Rehabilitation
October 2, 2015

Ryan’s Drug Use Experience

The first time Ryan tried alcohol, he got a buzz off a drink a family member gave him. He was only ten years old. A couple of years later, he had a large dark beer in Europe that was quite intoxicating for the twelve-year-old.


Sue Birkenshaw in Narconon
October 8, 2013

How the Narconon Program Helps Restores Health

Long-term substance abuse has a tendency to wreck the physical health of an addict. Drugs and alcohol are, fundamentally, poisons, hence the term, “intoxication. Narconon does something that other drug rehab program do not: It makes it possible for the addict to really make a fresh start physically by reducing the toxic burden of drugs in the body.


Sue Birkenshaw in Narconon
April 9, 2013

A Probation Officer Supports the Narconon Program

Drug-related crime is something that has caused a major problem in the U.S. The Narconon program has, over the years, worked with many in different enforcement groups to help those who have fallen into crime because of drugs, to get them help through treatment.


Sue Birkenshaw in Recovery
December 8, 2011

Recovered from Alcohol Dependence

Started drinking at 12 years of age He’s 26 now but he started drinking when he was twelve years old. He always ran with an older crowd in Bossier City, Louisiana. It became a way of life for him and his friends – stealing beers and the remainders of half-full liquor bottles out of the home.