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Welcome to Addiction Services

Addiction Services were established to help individuals get off drugs and alcohol. At Narconon Arrowhead we use a non traditional program that has a success rate of over 70%  which simply means that you or your loved one will be able to get off drugs or alcohol and stay off them better than with any other alcohol and drug rehab program available.  Since there are many different programs out there, choosing the right program for you or your loved one is crucial. At Narconon we offer trained counselors to help with any questions you may have about our program as well as information packets which are available free of charge.

Our counselors are available 24 hours a day to ensure that you and your loved one get the care you need and deserve. If you have questions concerning payment plans and insurance we have people who specialize in those areas so you can get the answers you need when you need them. From our Admissions Coordinators to our Course Room Counselors, our staff is 100% dedicated to helping those in need of addiction services. Since 2000 our drug education department has been delivering drug education lectures to school-aged children in an attempt to educate them about the dangers of drugs and alcohol so they can make wise choices. By knowing the truth about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, children have a better chance of making good decisions based on facts so they don't start down a road of addiction.

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The New Life Detoxification Program

The first major barrier that one encounters when starting the rehabilitation process is the physical and mental cravings for drugs and alcohol that can overwhelm and completely distract the individual in recovery from the treatment process. Physical and mental cravings for drugs and alcohol are the most common cause for people in recovery leaving treatment before they have completed it.There is a biophysical condition that triggers cravings that can reoccur repeatedly long after a person withdraws and dries out from drugs or alcohol. Any toxin that is ingested in the body undergoes a digestive and filtration process that will eliminate most of the toxic substance but not all of it. That portion of the toxin that remains in the system is converted into a protein based molecule called a metabolite.

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