Narconon Rehab Help Line

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If you or someone you know is addicted to drugs or alcohol, the Narconon program can help. Give us a call today at the number above.

Admissions to Narconon

It’s never easy for a family to discover that a loved one has a problem with addiction. Working through all the decisions that have to be made to ensure an addicted person stays safe is a difficult task to handle alone. But there are Narconon Intake Counselors available to help you.

Very often an addicted person will initially refuse to consider rehabilitation and the family may be disappointed that they cannot help. Working with a professional Intake Counselor can provide the assistance you need to achieve your goal of sobriety for the addicted person.

Narconon intake staff can help you understand how addiction works and why a person may refuse rehab, even when they really wish they could be sober. Understanding these things can help you stay strong and get through this difficult time.

When a Person Should be Admitted to a Narconon Drug Rehab Program

The right time for admission to a Narconon rehab facility is as soon as that person loses the ability to control their own drug or alcohol use. Many families want to help that person get back on his (or her) feet and so provide financial, housing or emotional support for years before they realize that the only effective solution is rehab.

By insisting on rehab as the right solution as soon as drug use continues despite harm to the person, his health, relationships or finances, you may save that person’s life. At the very least, you will save him from years of continued struggle with drugs or alcohol.

Call an Intake Counselor today to learn how the Narconon drug rehab program gets its success rate and how you can help someone you love achieve lasting sobriety.

Additional Resources:

Choosing a Drug Rehab Center

Deciding When Someone Needs Drug Rehab

Narconon: an alternative drug rehab

Long term vs. short term drug rehab