Narconon of Georgia, a long term drug treatment center, helps those in the drug rehab program as well as those not in the program.
The drug rehab graduates, upon completing the program, often find that they want to help others who have been in the same situation they were once in. One group, started in South Carolina by DJ, who graduated the Narconon Drug Rehab Georgia drug program three years ago, helps friends and family by counseling them and even giving talks to school children about the dangers of drug addiction.
The Narconon methodology encourages those who graduate to help others, D.J., the father of two, operates a successful car dealership and is a custom car builder. Helping others is a passion he has, and none of this would have been possible without the help of Narconon and the support he had from friends and family to kick his methamphamine addiction once and for all.
“From the time I was 25 in (2001) until I went to Narconon of Georgia I had a strong methamphetamine addiction. A friend of mine in the same industry had become addicted and quit the car industry and was dealing dope. He eventually found Narconon of Georgia. He called me several times when he was in Narconon and told me how the Narconon Sauna and Exercise Program was helping him get his energy back. At first, I did not want to hear about it – I was not ready to quit. In my heart, when I looked at him, I knew that Narconon worked.
“Then one day I woke up and was just tired of everything. I told my family that I wanted to go to Narconon and that’s what we did.”
“I started a group with other Narconon of Georgia graduates in my area It started out with 2 of us. Within a few months we have grown to a group of 5. We are all doing very well and are support for each other. Surrounding myself with these good people who have done the Narconon program was the first step to staying clean.
“When I meet someone on drugs, I most definitely refer them to Narconon.
“You can’t put a price on someone’s life. Narconon gave my life back. I have done things that I did not do for 5 years, like go to the beach and go to Las Vegas. Now that I am clean, I can enjoy my children. Words cannot describe what it means to get my life back and do these things.”
Narconon invites graduates from any program to join our new support group. Call (877) 905-5772 for more details.
Narconon is a non-traditional drug abuse treatment program which was founded in 1967.