Tag: rehab center

This Program Really Helped Me, Thank You

I got a lot of from this program. I learned how to confront, control, and communicate with others and myself. I am now very aware of my environment. I’m defiantly living in the present time. I feel as if a weight has been lifted off my shoulders, this really helped me thank you.
B. S.

Narconon Fresh Start goes beyond just getting their clients off the drugs and alcohol they are addicted to. Their rehabilitation method helps program participants to become stronger, more intuitive individuals who are able to recognize these positive traits in others. This is a valuable assist when the client returns home to their daily life along with life’s challenges.

I Owe My Life to Narconon Fresh Start

I was in need of help. My life was in shambles and my body was tattered; I had little or no respect for myself or anyone else for that matter. My attorney called me and wanted to take me out to lunch. I met with him at Flemings and he told me he found a rehabilitation center that he wanted me to go to. I was much obliged to him for getting this information and I was on a plane 2 days later. When I arrived I didn’t know what to think except that these folks where a bit nutty, was I ever wrong.

The Narconon staff has drastically made a huge positive impact on my life. It has found me again; I have my life back again. I was stuck in the past and never would have grown up if I didn’t come here. Now I can deal with past problems in a positive way instead of bottling them in. I physically feel better than I have in years thanks to the sauna; I think logically now instead of compulsively.

I owe my life to Narconon. The staff and students here are really what make the experience. Through hard work and dedication you can achieve anything. Thank you Narconon!
A. S.

Loving the Progress That I am Making

I am just having a great day, getting a lot done and loving the progress that I am making. Also extremely appreciative of all the help from Alex and Clay, keeping me focused on winning and gaining.
C. C.

Our client’s experience “wins” each and every day throughout their program. The Narconon Fresh Start program builds up our clients and works to return them to their former self, before drugs and alcohol. The staff at each Narconon Fresh Start rehab center work one on one with our clients building a bond of trust, compassion and integrity.

Lonestar Victory Ranch: Helping Addicted Persons Find Lasting Sobriety

There is no magic number of days or months in treatment that is known to help every addicted person find lasting sobriety. This is why Lonestar Victory Ranch operates on a time variable principle of addiction recovery. How can one possibly know how long they need to remain in treatment before they are ready to graduate and return home? There really is no way of knowing.

Clients of Lonestar Victory Ranch do not have to worry about this issue. They know that their payment gives them the time they need to fully take in all that the rehab program has to offer. This unparalleled philosophy on the length of addiction recovery is almost unheard of in the field of drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

The key is that Lonestar Victory Ranch is a not for profit program. This allows them to focus on their sole intention of helping those struggling with addiction and their families turn their lives around. While the majority of drug rehabs today are looking to turn a quick profit they are looking for the most cost-effective means of treating their clients. This often means setting cookie-cutter timeframes like 30, 60 or 90 days of treatment before they discharge their clients.

The nature of a not for profit means that while it is not the most cost-effective or profit oriented way to operate, Lonestar Victory Ranch is able to allow their clients to remain in treatment for as long as necessary. While a number of clients complete the program in three to five months there are some who need longer. This is not an issue for the rehab center and the client is able to remain in the program without fear of being ousted before they are ready.