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Drug Alcohol Treatment Center Ė Narconon Arrowhead

When I first got to Narconon Arrowhead, I had no hope. I didnít see a future for me, nor did I care anymore. I wasnít serious about anything in my life. I had let so many people down in my life, most of all myself. I really didnít care if I lived to see another day. I had no feeling. I had no hope. I didnít know who I was. For the first time in my life I want to live. I have learned what happiness is. The feelings I have about life now are enormous. I want to share my story with everyone. I know what itís like to lose everything mentally, physically and emotionally and now my life is rich with hope and the ability to know I will survive. If I could share my story with one person and be able to help them, that would be my greatest reward. If I can change, anyone can change. I owe Narconon Arrowhead Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center my life. S.D.

Utah Drug Rehab Information

Utah Drug Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Information

Substance Abuse Costs Lives Every Year in Utah

Substance abuse is the nation’s number one health-related problem and the effects can be seen in Utah. 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 Utah that are suitable for your needs, please call 1-800-468-6933.

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Court Ordered Drug Rehab and Addiction

Court Ordered Drug Rehab
Court ordered drug rehab can present unique situations to the handling of addiction. At times you will see the individual agreeing to a drug rehab treatment program simply to avoid jail. While this is better than no motivation at all it is far better for the individual to have a personal desire to end their addiction and live a drug free life. This is a personal choice made by the individual. Although a court ordered drug rehab can be more resistant, even these cases can be handled using the correct technology. Long term, non-traditional programs tend to work better in these cases as a basic desire needs to be created and nurtured. Narconon Arrowhead is such a program.

 

Drug Rehab Information By City

Salt Lake CityWest Valley CityProvoSandyOrem
OgdenWest JordanLaytonTaylorsvilleSt. George
LoganBountifulMurrayKearnsRoy
MillcreekSouth JordanCottonwood HeightsMidvaleClearfield
DraperRivertonPleasant GroveMagnaTooele
South Salt LakeAmerican ForkEast MillcreekCedar CitySpringville
KaysvilleSpanish ForkLehiCottonwood WestBrigham City
North OgdenCentervilleHolladaySouth OgdenPayson
ClintonFarmingtonCanyon RimOquirrhSyracuse
North Salt LakeWashington TerracePriceLindonHurricane

Inpatient Drug Treatment Center and Addiction

Inpatient Drug Treatment Center
Narconon Arrowhead is a long term, non-traditional, inpatient drug treatment center. What this means is that alcoholics or addicts come and reside at Narconon Arrowhead for the duration of their treatment. This is a self-paced program and is governed by results rather than a set number of days in treatment. A good average is generally 90 -120 days. Non traditional refers to the fact that we do not treat addiction or alcoholism as incurable diseases. Addiction and alcoholism can be beaten for a lifetime, and without constant worry about relapse or reversion. We work on the assumption of the basic goodness of the individual and their desire to create a drug and alcohol free lifestyle. Our inpatient drug treatment center assists the individual to confront, and resolve all life situations needing addressed and so remove the need to run from them with drugs or alcohol.

 

Drug Use and Addiction

Drug Use
Drug use occurs in an effort to relieve some form of pain, it may be physical but is often times emotional or a combination of the two. This could be as simple as using alcohol or pot to avoid peer pressure as a teen, or the use of painkillers after an industrial accident. Either way the drug is found to alleviate the symptoms. The bigger the problem, the greater the discomfort and the more relief is sought. With continued abuse the drugs begin to create mental and physical damage of their own and if continued unchecked the personís life when sober is filled with despair and misery. At this point all the person wants to do is escape these feelings by drugging or drinking them away. This is the downward spiral of addiction.

 

Effects of Addiction and Addiction

Effects of Addiction
As any loved one of an addict can tell you, the effects of addiction go far and beyond just the effects created on the addict himself. The amount of stress and distress created in the wake of active addiction can and do effect the emotional and physical well being of loved ones and associates or the addict. Financial ruin, destroyed marriages, emotional upsets to children, distrust, and repulsion are just a few that can be named. The sad part of it is the fact that the addict himself is often unaware of creating these situations until they have reached a breaking point. As drug and alcohol addiction reduce awareness of the environment and often distort it, it is a sad commentary that the addict when he becomes aware of these harms actually feel great guilt and depression, which often leads to more and more drugs in an attempt to numb him or herself.

 

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