The powerful drugs they are taking make it very difficult to make positive changes and yet, the drugs are the barrier that needs to be removed.
Albion, MI (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
Narconon Freedom Center is observing “Plant the Seeds of Greatness” month with a campaign to encourage addicts to dedicate February to making significant and positive changes in their lives.
"Plant the Seeds of Greatness" month is celebrated in February and was created to encourage Americans to examine their goals and make changes. If one is unhappy with their present situation, this is the time to discover how one can remove the barriers and make positive changes in one’s life.
“This aligns perfectly with the Narconon program. Addicts we talk to are very unhappy with their current situation and want to make positive changes. They just don’t know how. The powerful drugs they are taking make it very difficult to make positive changes and yet, the drugs are the barrier that needs to be removed. Due to the strength of drugs today, it is very difficult to do it alone and just stop. The first step is planting a seed and deciding to make a change. We encourage all addicts to plant this seed,” said John Walser, Senior Intake Counselor, Narconon Freedom Center Michigan.
Anyone wanting more information about getting off drugs or who is trying to help someone struggling with addiction may call an Intake Counselor toll-free at 877-362-9682. All calls are no charge and confidential.
About Narconon Freedom Center
The Narconon program is holistic drug rehabilitation consisting of 8 phases of treatment. When combined, these 8 phases achieve full physical detoxification which relieves cravings, discovery of the root causes of addiction, an improved ability to identify and solve problems and new skills to change unwanted conditions in life for the better.
Narconon Freedom Center, Albion, Michigan, is a non-profit alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility licensed through the state. The program has been helping those struggling with substance abuse and alcoholism for over 47 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 Narconon program is a holistic drug-free rehab program. The drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility also provides drug prevention education to schools and community outreach programs. For drug education in your school or community, contact the center at 517-629-8661.