All through September, people from across North America are supporting Recovery Month. The focus of this year’s celebration is the success of those who fought and won. This proved to be well received last year and it helped people see that you can beat drug addiction. Narconon plans to host a live graduation via the Internet. The Narconon live drug rehab graduation will be broadcasted on Friday, September 25th at 4:20 EDT on the Internet at http://narconon.ca/live_graduation.htm.
Narconon is very active promoting the benefits of becoming drug free and currently runs campaigns to get and remain drug free on blogs, social media, article sites, newsletters and press releases. They promote the positive effects of using a holistic and drug free method of conquering the initial drug addiction as well as comprehensive treatment to help the addict stay off of the drugs. Drug addiction recovery is a fight, and it is a fight that can be won.
This month’s Internet graduation will also be taped for those who miss the actual presentation. The recorded presentations will also be available online. The fight against drug addiction does not have to be solo. There are people to help best the addiction and offer help every step of the way. National Recovery Month is the perfect time to show those who have gotten help in the fight and have overcome addiction. They offer the light at the end of the tunnel to those still bound by the chains of addiction. Perhaps more will realize they can break free and live happy and responsible lives once again.
It is hoped that the efforts of Recovery Month will bring the issue to light. Many people are not aware of the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol addiction and many more are addicted and just do not believe they can quit. There will be a lot of information available this month for people to educate themselves on how to spot drug addiction and how to beat it. Awareness is the only way to bring addiction out of the dark and into the light where people can do something about it. Arm yourself with knowledge. Recovery Month will extend many chances to learn more about the signs of addiction and how to beat it. You can visit the official website of National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month at this web address: http://www.recoverymonth.gov/