No One Wants to be an Addict

No one dreams about becoming an addict one day. When a person first tries drinking or taking drugs often the furthest thing from their mind is, am I going to become an addict because I’m choosing to try this? However, for many people the end result of their “experimentation” with drugs or alcohol is living a life filled with addiction and chaos. They often wonder, how did this happen? What went wrong? Why did this happen to me? The truth is, it was their poor choices along the way that lead them down the path of addiction and to the place they are now.

Narconon Fresh Start is a drug rehabilitation program unlike other rehabs out there. Their philosophy on the nature of addiction and process of addiction recovery differs from any other treatment methods you have heard of or been through. Their philosophy is that addiction is NOT a disease and you are NOT powerless over your addiction. Addiction is a physical and mental problem that has developed overtime and has underlying issues that must be addressed. We build up our clients by teaching them that they ARE powerful over their addiction problem.

The Narconon Fresh Start program is built on a series of specific methods proven to get lasting results. Clients progress through the program at their own pace, never being rushed along to accommodate a pre-set timeline that they need to adhere to in order to leave treatment successfully “on time”. Staff at each facility are trained to ensure that clients learn, practice and are able to fully apply all the valuable life lessons taught throughout their time in treatment. We a person completes a Narconon Fresh Start program they have all the knowledge and tools they need to maintain their sobriety for the rest of their life.

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