This is a question which can be answered in several different ways. Initially, all it takes is the willingness to get help. That’s it. Those going into the Narconon rehab program have either recently made the decision to quit, or are there at the urging of family or friends. To come into the program, that is all it takes is to be there and be willing to try to quit.
As the program continues, students face bigger and bigger challenges which force them to make realizations about themselves that may be tough to face. The detoxification, which draws out toxins, drugs and alcohol, is often not as tough as people think, but it can be a challenge. Along with withdrawal and detox, students begin to discover what drugs have done not only to them, but to those they care about. It is always hard to realize that hurt and anger have been caused directly due to a person’s actions, in this case, drugs/alcohol.
Throughout the long term program, students discover more about themselves as they take the learning courses offered at Narconon. They have to come to grips with the fact that there is much to learn in order to go from substance abuse to living drug-free and accepting recovery. Classes such as communication teach students how to effectively talk, and listen. Many students simply did not have the skills to do this before coming to Narconon. Old habits die hard, and it is the same when learning new things in rehab.
Eventually, it comes to a point where the student must decide that they truly do want to leave substance abuse behind and live a life without drugs. It can be difficult to change an entire lifestyle. No one ever said that a drug rehab program was easy, and the same goes for the Narconon program. It will, in the course of the program take dedication, willpower, strength and support to be able to succeed. It will mean changing attitudes and ways of life. At times, it means changing friends.
Going back to the old life and lifestyle is the biggest threat to students in a drug rehab program. This is why Narconon invests so much time in teaching students new ways of thinking. Students must begin to reach toward new goals, and leave the old life behind. Narconon’s New Life Program is an extensive set of courses and exercises the help students learn what they will need to know to succeed. Change does not often come easy, and so it is with leaving substance abuse behind.
Narconon has been helping people succeed at beating addiction for over 45 years. They will readily admit that their program is not easy. Their graduates, however, will say that it is well worth it. During the course of treatment, it will take hard work to succeed. Most people find, however, a new-found strength and determination once the drugs are out of their system, and with the support of the Narconon staff, family and friends. New friendships will be forged; friendships built on trust and communication. People will see the best and the worst you can be. Everyone who enters has what it takes to finish. Some choose not to draw on the determination which makes the difference between success and failure. The Narconon drug rehab program has succeeded, and the students along with it, where others have failed.
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