Narconon Freedom Center Gets Report of Making Family Whole Again: Student Recovers From Addiction After 20 Years of Drug Abuse

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Narconon Freedom Center received an update on how our drug rehab program brought a past graduate's family back together. The update shares how the family is doing since the client graduated from Narconon Freedom Center and inspires others to seek treatment.

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Thomas was able to apply the four major dimensions, health, home, purpose and community, described by SAMSHA as the support needed for a life in recovery to bring his family back together and truly exemplify that recovery is possible.

Narconon Freedom Center received a report this week from a family, whose loved one completed their alcohol and drug rehabilitation program. After over two years of being sober, the former student has shown his family that recovery is possible even in the most unlikely circumstances. Having been in active addiction for nearly twenty years, Thomas M. has completely turned his life around for himself and his family. Thomas’ life today demonstrates SAMSHA's four major dimensions that support a life in recovery, which include health, home, purpose and community.

Having been in active addiction for so many years, his family had lost all hope of ever having their son, husband, father and friend back in a sober state of mind, but that hope has been restored as Thomas has remained drug and alcohol free for over two years now. His wife, Melissa praises the remarkable journey of recovery by stating, “Not only did the Narconon Freedom Center program work, and not only did I get him back, but he is a much better, highly functioning version of the man I married.”

Narconon Freedom Center was able to help this family become whole again at a time where everything seemed to be falling a part. Thomas had lost his home due to foreclosure, his job and his children all because of drug addiction, but today he has all of this and more back in his life. As his mother, Shelley reports, “He is so healthy now, physically, mentally, and socially after completing the Narconon program. We know without the Narconon Freedom Center program, we may have never gotten our son back from the grips of addiction, but today we have the best version of him and couldn’t be happier.”

While the program’s tools have helped Thomas in recovery, the true hero here is Thomas, who worked hard and became dedicated to his recovery. As his wife continues to report, “He is now equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to rise-up to his highest potential, and our family is all the better today because of it. Today he is an ethical, determined man of integrity! Today there once again is hope, in place of where there was once none.”

Many families and addicts lose hope in ever bringing their family back together once addiction has completely torn it a part as this family has stated, but Thomas was able to apply the four major dimensions, health, home, purpose and community, described by SAMSHA as the support needed for a life in recovery to bring his family back together and truly exemplify that recovery is possible.

For more information on how to get a loved on struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction on the road of recovery, please visit http://www.narcononfreedomcenter.com or call toll-free at 877-639-2909 today. All calls are confidential.

About Narconon Freedom Center

Narconon Freedom Center, Albion, Michigan, is a non-profit drug and alcohol treatment facility licensed through the state. The program has been helping those struggling with substance abuse and alcoholism for nearly 50 years. William Benitez founded the Narconon program in 1966 with the drug-free rehabilitation education researched and developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility also provides drug prevention education to schools and community outreach programs.

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Rebecca Ryan
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