Narconon Drug Rehab

Narconon Arrowhead Working With the Oklahoma Community Dec 2012

AN OPEN LETTER FROM NARCONON ARROWHEAD’S CEO, GARY W. SMITH To the grieving parents I want to say that I know what it is like to lose a child.  My wife and I have struggled through every birthday, every Christmas and the date of death, year after year for nearly two decades now.  I understand [...]

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The Narconon Program on Video 2012

Narconon (Narcotics + None) is the name of a drug-free holistic detoxification and rehabilitation program with the aim of helping improve the abilities and health of an individual abusing or addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, to a point where the individual can and does solve their own problems without the need or use of drugs [...]

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Ecstasy Effects: Video CTV News BC Interview Narconon Vancouver

Ecstasy Effects The dangers of the drug Ecstasy or MDMA made their way back into the media’s attention after several young people recently died and others were sent to hospital due to taking the drug ecstasy. Ecstasy’s damaging effects are rarely discussed by the media. Factually, MDMA or the promotional name, ‘Ecstasy’ is regularly promoted [...]

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5 Steps To Withdrawing At Home

Withdrawing from drugs, alcohol and abused medications at home is possible and should be done after proper consideration and planning. Methadone withdrawal, benzo and alcohol withdrawal all hold similar difficulties but can be overcome if you know what to do. Cocaine, heroin, crystal meth and other illicit drugs are commonly withdrawn from at home, but many revert back soon after. Most relapses are connected to other unseen problems that should and could have been handled if proper withdrawal were done in the first place. Learn about some simple steps to take to ensure successful withdrawal now.

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Are You A Co-dependent?

What are the 2 Biggest traps Codependents get into and need help to get out of. Co-dependency is not a romantic or loving relationship. A co-dependent needs love and attention from another, but become blinded by their own desire to help. Why will a codependent forgive and act helpless to get another to rehab? How is it that codependents depend on the abusers acceptance or love?

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