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They let me work day labor on the weekends. I have been Clean & Sober for 25 years. They had a 3/4 house where I could rent an apartment and had a meeting there once a week for my aftercare treatment. I have been sober since leaving the program. The program taught me that there was another way of life that included Prayer and Meditation. 1 of my counselors taught me how to meditate and how to grow Spiritually. I had to get rid of my old ideas about what I thought about Religion and to choose a God that I wanted in my life.
I am a family member of a former drug addict. To say this rips my heart out. I never thought it would be me. Raising my son I never envisioned those words. I am proud of the man he has become. Narconon Fort Collins helped him help himself save his life. The staff were responsive,communicative, polite and helpful with transportation. The program took my son back as contracted because of relapse. It clicked the second time around! I believe the relapse scared my son. Not every rehab is a fit for everyone. The methods that Mr. Hubbard developed in prison for his fellow inmates saved my son's life. My son's Life is a Life Worth Living! I have never seen him as strong and purposeful as now. My son never complained about the food. He gained 20 pounds. He ate his favorite eggs everyday. It is an internship that allows the former students to work in the facility. They build a resume during this. Part of healing emotionally is sharing and helping others. The drug addict heals thru this for the damage they have done to society. Many are felons because of addiction. How many politicians have been arrested etc and charged with felonies? How many CEO's? Alot. Don't judge. You may be judged someday.
I can honestly say I loved it here�something you don�t often here from clients in treatment facilities. I hopped from place to place for years and this is the place that saved me. The facility�s approach to healing is unique and helped me feel like I was a part of something greater than myself. I connected with new parts of myself by exposure to animals, fresh air, energy work, and a whole lot of love. While more standard therapies are also staples of the treatment curriculum, what I found different was the frame through which healing was approached: at other facilities I was taught to cope with emotions and thoughts in a way that highlighted my separateness from others and confirmed unintentionally that I was alone; at Rites of Passage, I learned to self-regulate by feeling my place with others and in the universe. I gradually began to feel that I wasn�t so different from everyone else and that healing was possible. Other places just teach you to get by. Also helpful and unique is that A Rites of Passage might alter the curriculum for you based on your needs. I received a treatment that was somewhat tweaked from that of my fellow clients, though our comradery was ever strong and we did most things together. I made good friends, and we did most required and non-required activities together. The group is small enough to instill intimacy and attention to each client, both from the facilitators and from each other. Rites of Passage also includes specialized nutritional healing within every client�s treatment plan�a crucial part of the healing process that none of my previous facilities attended to so thoroughly. Above all, much of what I needed when I entered treatment was a sense of community. Rites of Passage was just that: a perfect balance of loving care and professional boundaries that helped me learn how to form my own boundaries with loved ones. In learning this, my relationship with my family and friends improved ten-fold, because I finally took responsibility for my actions. Because of this treatment model I learned how to give my family and friends the love they deserve. When people see me today, they can�t believe I am the same person I was 3 years ago. Knowing places like this exist, there�s no doubt in my mind that anyone can do the same. Thank you Rites of Passage __
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