So how does the Narconon drug rehab program really work? This question comes up over and over no matter how many articles we write about it or how many times we answer it in any shape or form. People want to cut right through the chase and hear about it.
Unfortunately, we wont be able to cover everything about how the Narconon drug rehab program really works today, but we will start a series of articles that will allow actual Narconon students to tell you in their own words what they got out of each section of the Narconon drug rehab program.
The Narconon drug rehab program consist of several components.
We will cover each component and share some of the stories that our students have written about during that section of the program. Students are asked to write what they may have got out of each part of the program. This is to ensure that students are getting the most out of their drug treatment.
The stories you will be reading are from real people who had a real drug addiction problem. We want our readers to get how the Narconon drug rehab program really works from a real Narconon student’s perspective.
The Narconon drug rehab program consisit of several parts. Today we will only list the parts of the Narconon drug rehab program that we will be covering during our next series of articles to give you an idea of what to look forward to.
The Narconon drug rehab program components:
Requiring prior approval by a physician, this non-medical procedure through use of nutritional supplements and 24-hour staff assistance helps a person come off recent drug use without substitute drugs or medication.
Exercises in communication skills improve the student’s ability to comfortably confront other people and situations in life, to listen and communicate well, and to exercise effective self-control.
New Life Detoxification Program
Eliminates the body burden of drugs and other toxic residuals through exercise, nutrition, and sweating in dry, low-heat saunas with plenty of water and replacement minerals.
Enables students to overcome barriers to study and improve comprehension towards the result of a real world ability to apply information learned to their lives.
Perception and Communication
Helps a person extrovert himself from past upsets and other chaos associated with past drug use through specific exercises in communication with the environment.
Handling Ups and Downs in Life
Evaluates the characteristics of constructive and destructive personality types, so that one can select his friends and associates more carefully to establish a more stable, secure personal environment.
Personal Values and Integrity
Provides the data and exercises through which confronting past destructive actions, the student regains his personal integrity, accepting personal responsibility.
Changing Conditions in Life
Enables one to evaluate the state of different parts of one’s life and how to change these for the better, step by step, until one achieves a more desirable condition for each.
The Way to Happiness
Moral guidance to help one follow a personal path of future conduct that will lead to greater good for all concerned.
Discharge and Follow Up Plan
Developing a personal plan for life after graduation, one works out the specific steps to take with family, friends, etc., in order to reconstruct a healthy, ethical, constructive life. Narconon staff maintain close contact to help monitor stability of program result.
So these are the basic components of the Narconon drug rehab program in sequence. We look forward to receiving our readers feedback and hope that this series of articles will help to demonstrate and give a better understanding of what each part of the Narconon program addresses from a real Narconon student’s perspective.
Please contact us for more information about the narconon drug rehab program or visit www.narconon.org. Our drug rehab counselors are ready to take your call and help you with any concerns you may have.
Check back soon for the beginning of what Narconon students say in their own words about the Narconon drug rehabilitation program.