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Before October 2018, my life was at an all-time low. I was lost and confused, my family was falling apart and I didn’t know what to do other than drink my life away. Just when I was about to give up, I heard this voice in my head telling me not to give up. So I google searched rehabs and the moment I saw Narconon my life changed. I came here with one goal in mind, I wanted my family back. Since I’ve been here I have regained the ability to think clearly and be able to confront all of my problems in a positive manner. The only place to go is up, I’m ready to be the husband and father my family deserves. I feel the best I’ve felt in a long time and I’m looking forward to what’s next in my life. Thanks to this program I have my life back.
Great working with family members and friends, really good with patient who had a child to allow her to see the child. Friendly staff most of the time. Staff was open to religious differences in clients. Staff did talk about another staff member who was rude with family and the patient which did not seem appropriate. Meal options were limited for special diets and needs. Mostly, it was good and helpful to the client. She learned new coping skills that did not involve narcotics which was the goal towards moving for sobriety.
I just personally liked this rehab. There are many good rehabs out there, and really your only going to get out of it what your willing to put into it. You have to want it.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.