Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) December 25, 2009
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Kerlikowske just released a 60 second holiday safety public service announcement that specifically urges family and friends to give their support and encouragement to those recovering from drug addiction. As the Director states in the public service message the holidays can be a difficult time for those overcoming drug or alcohol abuse.
Narconon Gulf Coast has experienced this through its several years of operation and provides the complete solution to drug rehabilitation. The founders of Narconon Gulf Coast saw such tremendous success with this program and they then decided to open a fully state licensed Narconon Drug Rehabilitation facility, located in Destin, Florida, and have dedicated themselves to helping others to break the bonds of substance abuse.
The inpatient drug and alcohol treatment program has a very high staff to student ratio so the students get the individual attention and care they need as well as the encouragement Director Kerlikowske mentions in her recent release. Narconon Gulf Coast provides drug-free rehabilitation from substance abuse, whether it is from prescription or illicit drugs or alcohol abuse. One additional advantage to the residential treatment offered through Narconon Gulf Coast is its beautiful beachfront setting, making it the ideal location to repair a live damaged by drug addiction.
As the White House Drug Policy states over 23 million Americans ages 12 and older are in need of treatment for an illicit drug or alcohol use problem. Many simply have a difficult time reaching out for help and many parents of youth addicted don't know where to reach out to.
Narconon Gulf Coast and the caring founders have provided a safe haven for drug and alcohol abusers to recover. Narconon recognizes there are many aspects to addiction and each must be handled for the addict to truly recover.
There is hardly any of us who don't know of someone battling with a drug or alcohol problem. Prescription drugs have also become more and more abused and the holidays can be especially difficult for those struggling with addiction.
If you would like more information on overcoming drug addition or on Narconon Gulf Coast call 800-253-3168.