I want to thank the staff at Narconon in Ojai and my parents for helping me become alcohol and drug free. This is not easy to put out, but I feel like I have to for the people like me that deal with these issues.
Since coming to Narconon I have grown and have learned so much about myself. I learned to be patient and live in the present. I’m more motivated and never have felt so determined to remain sober. Going through this program has been the best thing that has ever happened to me.
Now I’m on the other side and I feel so good and clean!
After completing the Narconon program I feel a sense of newfound well-being. My ability to identify things and people in my life that weren’t helping me become the best version of myself has become clear. “My body feels clean as well as my mind.
Kamron, Narconon Staff Kamron graduated from Narconon Ojai two years ago. He decided to give back and joined staff at Narconon. He is now a trained Case Supervisor and certified drug counselor and has saved over 50 lives from drugs during his time on staff.
From the very start, I knew I was in good hands. I was treated with respect and dignity and a carefulness that made me feel valued and important. I knew the staff really cared, which was great because I didn’t care about myself very much at the time.
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