NARCONON SOUTH TEXAS
This is a success story of one of our recent graduates. She just completed the Narconon program here at Narconon South Texas and she is sharing her final win with us. “Before Narconon I was in a hole I couldn’t get out of…“
How are personal values lost? Narconon students find this out on one of the Life Skills courses called Personal Values. They also find out how to restore them. By the end of this course, the past can be left behind and a positive future is there for them to live.
True rehabilitation after addiction will restore a person’s sense of personal responsibility and a desire to help others. Families watch for this change as a person goes through rehab.
When you see national headlines about addiction and overdoses, they usually focus on the Northeast or Midwest. But a resident of Texas—especially South Texas—would argue that their region needs much more attention and care.
“The Narconon program has been very educational in that it helped me look deeper into myself to find the underlying reasons for my behavior.…“
I’ve been using (abusing) drugs since the age of 16, I’ll be forty-eight in February (that’s 3/4 of my life). I have been thru several (so-called) Rehabilitation programs and incarcerated five times, none of which aided me in refraining from the use of drugs and alcohol.
J.D.’s relation with the parents had become almost unfixable, but with the knowledge learned in the Life Skills courses and the one-on-one work with the Narconon staff, she is confident she will reconnect with the parents and re-establish the relation.
After the New Life Detoxification , where the physical addiction is handled, the Objectives is the next step of the program. During this step of the program, students work together (called twinning) under the supervision of trained staff.
Wins like these are common among students in Narconon South Texas. I want to share them with you as I often get asked by families of the Narconon students what is it like to do the Narconon program.
Confronting the past and learning to take responsibility is a big step on the path to full recovery. On the Personal Values Course , students learn how personal values are lost and how to restore them. They come to recognize their actual obligations.