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I originally felt I didn’t need rehab, but after doing some self-evaluating, I saw that this program could offer nothing but positive results and that it would give me a new outlook on my overall health and mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Beaten down, broken, hopeless, angry, lost, confused, sad, frustrated, scared, and all the energy of a negative spirit brought me to my knees and pushed me to seek help.
The Narconon Program has brought me back to reality and has given me a new chance at life.
Hi, my name is Eric and I’m 19 years old. Before coming to Narconon my life was falling to pieces. I was hopeless and lost almost everything due to my addiction to fentanyl. My drug addiction started when I was 15 years old and led to several overdoses over the years until I arrived at Narconon Ojai.
Out of the worst thing that ever happened to me came the best thing that ever happened to me.
My son started using drugs when he was 15. We struggled trying to help him for years. He overdosed once and again. After his third overdose, his father and I were done. We knew that if we didn’t do anything, he would be dead. Then we found Narconon. Narconon saved my son’s life!
In August of this year, my life was spiraling out of control. I realized that if I continued to live the way I was living, I would soon lose everything I had worked so hard to obtain. My wife, my children, my career and my health were all at risk, and it was time that I “got up from the floor” and fought back.
Addiction doesn’t take the holidays off. There's no better time than now to learn how to cultivate true sources of happiness rather than continuing a painful effort to find it in drugs or alcohol.
Narconon raises awareness for drug addiction and Red Ribbon Week by hosting a golf tournament fundraiser.