Life After Rehab

What can you expect from your life after you complete a Narconon Fresh Start program? You can expect to feel stronger than ever inside and out. You will know you have the power over your choices. Your addiction is a thing of the past and does not have the power to define who you are today. As a fully recovered person you can take on life’s challenges head-on without resorting to drugs or alcohol when times get tough. Through the knowledge you gained while enrolled in the Narconon Fresh Start drug rehab you will be able to:

  • effectively communicate with others
  • have the ability to learn and comprehend new information in useful ways
  • identify you emotions and successfully process through them on your own
  • know the way to live in the moment and not be overcome by your past thoughts and feelings
  • confront and rectify the underlying issues that initiated your drug or alcohol use
  • have a working set of values and morals that will serve you well the rest of your life
  • create real and achievable goals to work towards after your graduation and on into the future

All of these qualities are par for the course when you complete a Narconon Fresh Start program such as our Fort Collins New Life Center, Lonestar Victory Ranch, Rainbow Canyon Retreat or Sunshine Summit Lodge treatment center. We treat addiction for what it really is; not a disease but a physical and mental issue that must be addressed and overcome while concurrently resolving the underlying problems that brought it on. Our graduates go on to lead healthy, purpose driven lives free from the need to attend meetings or take prescription medications for their addiction recovery process. We use completely drug-free recovery methods and a holistic approach to achieving lasting sobriety.


3 thoughts on “Life After Rehab

  1. After coming to Rainbow Canyon Retreat and going through the program here I feel much better not only inside but outside as well. Before coming here i spent the last 12 years of my life doing meth and not really caring about what I was doing to myself and my family. Going through the program helped me understand what both ethics and morals were. After graduating the program i decided to stay here and help others that were going through the program. I think that being able to relate to what a student is going through helps them a lot.

  2. The whole disease concept is so outlandish! Treating addiction as a disease makes it seem like a person needs to go through chemotherapy, radiation, or a bone marrow transplant. Addiction and alcoholism is not a disease and it is such a relief to have gone through a program that recognizes that fact. There are always underlying issues that propagate drug and alcohol problems and until those are dealt with the problems will continue to manifest and develop. To chop up addiction and alcoholism as a disease or that it is hereditary seems like a cop out to me. People need to face the facts and regain power over themselves and their lives. Using drugs and alcohol is a decision, albeit a poor one, it is a plain and simple decision. Until a person can understand their decision making process, handle their inner problems and assert their responsibility over the matter they will forever struggle with drugs and alcohol. The path to recovery is paved with responsibility, rationality and a solid understanding of ethics and morals.

  3. Being an individual that has personally experienced addiction and its ramifications, I can honestly agree on a fundamental level that addiction is in fact, not a disease. If one were to say that addiction were a disease, then one might as well say that life, along with all of its subset problems and varying categories of complications are all diseases as well, and that is simply far from the truth.

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