2019-11-07 03:18:20 via Google
This place saved my brothers life multiple times. They truly are dedicated to the people who seek their help. The staff are truly dedicated to their work and really care about the people they are helping. If you or a loved one need help give them a call!
2019-10-04 16:44:44 via Google
My journey as an addict took me places I did not want to be. For a long period of time I was living a life of lies.. These lies gave me a false perception of life and because of that, I was unable to function correctly in modern society. These actions caused me to depart from my family, work, social activities and the things I enjoy the most in life. I would like to thank Narconon Colorado for my tools of success. This program has showed me that it is truly possible to overcome addiction and live a happier life without drugs.
2019-08-26 21:19:50 via Google
I know that beyond a shadow of a doubt I would have lost my life without the help and treatment I received at this facility. I believe you know you have fully recovered when you are so completely happy and content with your life and where it is headed that you wouldn't change your past. I am blessed to say that is how I feel today many, many years after treatment. Life is good and I am very grateful.
2019-11-07 11:21:03 via Google
Thank You to the dedicated staff at Narconon Colorado for saving my son's life. Narconon's creator was William C. Benitez, a former inmate at Arizona State Prison who had served time for narcotics offenses. His work was supported by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, and in 1972 Hubbard sponsored the incorporation of Narconon as an organization. It was co-founded by Benitez and two Scientologists, Henning Heldt and Arthur Maren. Hence, the assertations that it is scientology based fundamentally is not true. Narconon maintains that "individual is responsible for his own condition and that anyone can improve his condition if he is given a workable way to do so… man is basically good and it is pain, suffering, and loss that lead him astray.” It positions the program as an approach to rehabilitation without recourse to alternative drugs. This early program did not, however, deal directly with withdrawal symptoms. In 1973, the Narconon program adopted procedures to include drug-free withdrawal. Narconon stays abreast of changes needed to treat addiction safely.
2020-04-30 12:49:17 via Yelp
My son came here a while back. He was able to break part of his addiction and confront the truth. However, he did not receive the type of therapy needed to...
2019-02-02 20:37:18 via Yelp
Many years ago I found myself facing a choice. Stay in jail or go to rehab. Looking at me you would have never thought I was addict. I came from a good...