September is a special month dedicated to celebrating the victories of those who have conquered drug addiction and alcoholism. There are special events planned throughout the month and many events will be sponsored.
Today, September 25, 2009, a live graduation will be shown via the Internet. The broadcast is the third for Narconon.
This Narconon center covers the media and social media via blogs and websites in order to get the word out about Narconon and the advantages of being and/or becoming drug and alcohol free. They support a holistic approach, which helps to heal the mind, body and spirit of the addict/alcoholic.
In this month of September, it is a time of celebration for those who have come face to face with their demons and won. Someone who has gone through a rehab/detox program has faced a great deal of the battle. They are also armed with knowledge of how to avoid going back to the addiction once they return to their normal lives.
In the wrap up of the celebration, the graduation will be shown via the Internet TODAY on September 25th at 4:20 EDT on the Internet at http://narconon.ca/live_graduation.htm. The event will also be taped so that future broadcasts can be seen. Canada and the US have collaborated to host a series of events including dinners (called feasts) and music shows. There is a good side of addiction recovery, and that is the recovery itself. Since most of what people hear about addiction is bad, it is the goal of the National Recovery Month to show the good that can come from leaving addiction behind.
Plenty of counselors have been available too for those still wanting to break free of addiction. It is possible, as the proud graduates will be happy to show you at their graduation. It is never too early or too late to break an addiction. Substance abuse kills, and it does so all too often.
Recovery month information, events and activity is not limited to the month of September. There is never a bad time to find out more about beating substance abuse. Many others have done it and there are many more on the verge of doing it. The purpose of the Substance Abuse Recovery Month is to celebrate and educate.