Norcross, GA (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
Narconon of Georgia, an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center, celebrated Narconon’s 47th anniversary on February 19th. Founded in 1966 by William Benetiz, a heroin addict in an Arizona State Prison, the humble program has expanded to an international scale comprising 40 countries on 6 continents Since 1995, more than 34,000 thousand students have graduated the three to four month holistic, drug-free Narconon program.
Around the globe, thousands of happy graduates celebrated. Georgia received many congratulations and big thanks from its graduates and their families throughout the week. Here is a sampling of what some Narconon graduates and their families had to say:
“My son was about to completely ruin his life with heroin. After graduating from Narconon, not only is he clean, but he is returning to school and making positive plans for his life. I am willing to talk to any parent about Narconon of Georgia and never hesitate to recommend it. I have complete faith in this program. In fact, I refer my patients to Narconon if they, or a family member has a drug problem,” S.B.
“My fiancé was about to lose his job and his license because of his drinking. Now, thanks to Narconon, he has life back – job and all and we are looking to have a happy future together!”
“At Narconon, not only did I learn to be sober, but to improve every segment in life; from dealing with stress, to financial security, to educational achievement. I have a quality and healthy life thanks to the program,” J.V.
About Narconon of Georgia
Narconon of Georgia, located in greater Atlanta, is a private non-profit drug treatment center that is licensed by the State of Georgia. The Narconon Drug Rehabilitation and Education program was founded in 1966 by William Benitez based on research developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The drug-free program does not give one drug in substitute for another and the holistic program includes the Narconon New Life Detoxification step as well as life skills courses.. For over a decade, the Georgia center has provided drug rehabilitation and recovery services to individuals that are dealing with alcohol and substance abuse. Their motto is “Recovery is more than a dream...” For more information visit their website at http://www.drugrehab-georgia.com/ or call toll-free 877-413-3073.