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Narconon Arrowhead Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center Success Story

Wow! I never thought I would be 120 days sober, ever again in my life, but thanks to the Narconon Arrowhead Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center, this has happened. Furthermore, I look forward to increasing that number every day. Before I came here to drug rehab I was lost in a sea of hopelessness. I knew how to be an addict and that’s about it. I never admitted to myself that I had a problem. My family was slowly throwing me away. In a matter of three months, I did a 180-degree turnaround in almost every aspect of my life. I’m comfortable in my environment and with myself. I’m able to communicate and confront. Best of all, I know how to stay sober. I am so excited about my future here and with my family and friends. I have my dreams back! E.V.

Colorado Drug Rehab Information

Colorado Drug Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Information

Substance Abuse Costs Lives Every Year in Colorado

Substance abuse is the nation’s number one health-related problem and the effects can be seen in Colorado. Drug and alcohol addiction is the root cause to many other societal problems and it costs our country up to $500 billion each year, in addition to the thousands of lives lost, broken homes and drug-related crime.

Most addiction treatment centers have a limited success rate, where the majority of the clients relapse. This is not the case with Narconon Arrowhead. In fact, approximately 70% of the graduates of our drug and alcohol rehab remain drug free.

To find out if there are any drug rehab treatment or counseling facilities serving people in Colorado that are suitable for your needs, please call 1-800-468-6933.

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LSD and Addiction

LSD
LSD is one of the most potent, mood-changing chemicals available. LSD effects are extremely unpredictable. It could be a racing distorted high all the way to severe paranoid and suicidal low. LSD can create severe neurosis and psychosis which can sometimes become permanent. In the 1950’s the western intelligence community was experimenting with LSD as a possible chemical weapon with researchers noting that ‘LSD is capable of rendering whole groups of people, including military forces, indifferent to their surroundings and situations, interfering with planning and judgment and even creating apprehension, uncontrollable confusion and terror’. Experiments continued along these lines until LSD was banned in 1967.

 

Drug Rehab Information By City

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GreeleyLongmontHighlands RanchLovelandSouthglenn
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Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction

Prescription Drug Abuse
Prescription drug abuse and addiction is one of the fastest growing forms of addiction in the world. Statistics show more and more drug rehab treatment admissions for prescription drugs as their primary substance of abuse, while the numbers reporting prescription drug abuse along with their primary drug of abuse is reaching epidemic proportions. This is a wide category covering painkillers, anti-depressants, and many of the numerous ‘medications’ being prescribed to handle emotional and physical pain. The black market for these substances is huge and these are available on many street corners and campuses. The side effects of these substances, even after cessation of use can be almost intolerable and contributes to escalating rates of violence and suicide, especially among our young.

 

Drug Abuse Treatment Center and Addiction

Drug Abuse Treatment Center
What kind of drug abuse treatment center is Narconon Arrowhead? Well, Narconon is a long term, drug free, non-traditional drug abuse treatment center. What this means is that Narconon for one does not believe in the use of drugs in the treatment of drug or alcohol abuse. Rather we address the factors leading up to and then continuing alcohol and drug abuse. Substituting one drug for another just makes no sense! We are long term in that the program is designed for results not amount of time spent in rehab. Our average stay is generally 90 – 120 days depending on individual needs. Our students go at their own pace to insure the full abilities needed are gained. We are also non-traditional meaning the normal 12 step methodologies common to shorter programs and not used by rather an approach of gaining and using new abilities to produce a happy and drug free, productive life.

 

Inpatient Alcohol Treatment Center and Addiction

Inpatient Alcohol Treatment Center
Alcoholic Anonymous statistics show a retention rate of 5 – 7%. 12 step treatment options definitely work for some but not all by a long ways. Many shorter term inpatient alcohol treatment centers are based on 12 step methodologies and as such often suffer from the same low retention and success rates. Narconon Arrowhead is a long term inpatient alcohol treatment center that used the more effective but less traditional methods of education and empowerment. We do not treat alcoholism as an incurable disease that one is stuck with for life. Our success rates show that when the factors of cravings, guilt and depression are fully confronted and resolved that the need and desire for alcohol, or other substances for that matter, fades into the past as a motivating factor.

 

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