When a person takes drugs they looking to change the way they feel at the present moment. While many prescription drugs are helpful and necessary they can also cause severe damage if taken inappropriately. Illegal street drugs have a long reputation of being dangerous, yet time and again people use them thinking that they will not get hooked or that the dangers of illegal drugs does not apply to them. How wrong they are when they come to realize that it is only an infinitesimal percentage that are able to try drugs and then go on to lead healthy drug-free lives and never look back. Most who experiment with hard drugs find themselves being drawn into their allure, effects and culture.
Because drugs begin to take over the user’s ability to make healthy, ethical choices the user often sinks lower and lower into a world filled with substance abuse and addiction. What was once just a way to pass the time or a now and then escape becomes a way of life. For those who want to quite yet are compelled to use it’s as if they are looking up from a very deep well that they just can’t seem to get out of.
Narconon Fresh Start is a drug rehab that can help addicted individuals finally put an end to their constant drug use. Their programs are designed to address all aspects of one’s addiction problem (physical, emotional, psychological) as well as work through the underlying issues that drove the person to choose substance abuse in the first place. Their graduates are taught an ethical and moral code to live by ensuring that when they return home they understand right from wrong and know that the power of their choice is the driving factor behind their sobriety.
Clients in Narconon Fresh Start programs go through drug-free withdrawal, a purification program unlike any other and life skills education and counseling. Because the program is individualized clients go at their own pace; clients never feel rushed or pressured to move ahead and graduate before they are truly ready. Graduates of Narconon Fresh Start programs have applied themselves for several months and with the approval of the course and case supervisor are fully prepared to leave treatment and begin their new drug-free lives.