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"In October of 1996, I came with my brother to Narconon. Within four days my sister and I could see the difference in him. During the following four months, he would call home often and wrote letters in which we could read how excited he was and how grateful he was to be part of the Narconon family. I came back in March and found a new man. I got my brother back and so much happiness that it was almost too much to comprehend ... Narconon, you are a gift from Heaven!" - M.C.

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drug addiction interventionNarconon uses a specific method designed to get a person out of denial. The Narconon program has had tremendous success in helping friends or family take the right steps to get the drug user in touch with a Narconon counselor.

A drug user rarely asks for help and if you wait for him to do so, it may be too late. If we can establish some communication with the user, whether we call them or they call us, we have a chance of getting the person up to a point where they want help.

Some Narconon counselors have spent months establishing a relationship in talking with a user and getting them to a point where they decided to get off of drugs. Some families who gave up on a loved one, were shocked but relieved to learn that only after a couple of phone calls with a Narconon counselor, the person was ready to come to the Narconon program.

So by providing us with as much information as possible, we can get you in touch with a counselor that is best suited to handle the situation. All information is strictly confidential and used only to help evaluate the situation.

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Drug drug - n. drugs essentially are poisons. The degree they are taken determines the effect. A small amount acts as a stimulant. A greater amount acts as a sedative. A larger amount acts as a poison and can kill one dead. This is true of any drug. Each has a different amount at which it gives those results.

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