Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) December 21, 2009
As the holidays approach it is a time of festivity, of giving thanks, and of appreciating and acknowledging the ones we love. However, all too many holiday celebrations are spoiled or upset by a family member or friend trapped in the grips of drug or alcohol addiction. This is where the Narconon drug rehabilitation program can help.
We've all heard about or experienced the person who comes to the holiday party and leaves sloshing drunk or due to drug use acts inappropriately. Singer Billy Joel even wrote a song about it, "Big Shot". Oftentimes, however, the holidays aren't the only event where these characteristics are displayed. The person suffering from substance abuse gradually over time loses his self-control to the point where they end up destroying their relationships with the ones they truly love, with their job, their health and even with their life.
The Narconon Drug Rehabilitation program has for over 40 years and in 44 countries at over 100 centers worldwide been effectively and permanently solving addiction. Four decades of graduates can attest that the Narconon program can not only get someone off drugs but keep them drug-free for life.
This year, in-particular with the increased numbers of people who are addicted to prescriptions and the more than 20 million Americas on drugs Narconon wants to get the message out that the only way to successfully overcome addiction is through drug treatment that gets results.
To do this Narconon is promoting a book shown to not only help those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction but their loved ones and family members as well. The book entitled, "Helping Someone Overcome Addiction" is a common sense guide to help anyone to know what drug addiction really is and therefore be able to help someone successfully overcome substance abuse issues.
The book also outlines how the Narconon program, developed in 1966, is based on successful results to help people stop the use of drugs or alcohol permanently by using a different method that does not involve more drugs to get a person to stop using. In fact the word "Narconon" means "no-drug" or “narcotics none.”
All the steps of the Narconon program have been found to be essential to permanent successful recovery from drug or alcohol abuse and the program achieves a more than 70% success rate for permanent recovery. To find out more about the Narconon program for yourself or a loved one or to order a copy of the book contact Narconon today at 877-237-3307.
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