Success Rehab Stories

“For anyone out there that is struggling with addiction and wants to be free, for anyone who has a loved one or a neighbor or friend that needs a permanent solution, there is a program that will help once and for all.”

“The last years of my heroin addiction were the scariest times I could ever imagine anyone going through. I stole, lied, spent most of my day in the pursuit of opiates, and did all the terrible and pointless things that addicts do.

“I have an amazing life because I have freed myself from my drug use. And this is only the beginning.”

Before I arrived here I was addicted to heroin and speed, among other drugs. Doing drugs was a part of my daily routine. In fact, it became my daily routine. I not only jeopardized, but sacrificed everything I had going for myself. I went from being an A student to a dropout. I went from a dedicated, spirited person to a beat-up, discouraged and unhappy heroin addict. I isolated from the people that loved me and surrounded myself with people who used me. I went from being proud to being ashamed. It was obvious drugs had weakened and defeated me.  (Now) I have an amazing life because I have freed myself from my drug use. And this is only the beginning.

We attended and assisted at a Humanity Philanthropic Foundation Narconon Youth Drug Prevention Workshop in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  Nine First Nations Tribe representatives attended.  A lot was covered in the two day workshop.  From ethics to happiness to how to study.  Valuable information was given out in order to assist in the PREVENTION of drug abuse amoung youth.   There were a number of teenagers in attendance, and they did the workshop program along with the adults.

From it, much interest was generated.  Not only in continuing the education process, but in how to handle those individuals who are already addicted to drugs and alcohol.  Another workshop will be held in October, in Sasatchewan, for another group of First Nations Tribes who wish to do help their youth and anyone else that may be at risk for drug addiction.

Humanity Philanthropic Foundation Narconon Youth Drug Prevention Workshop
August 2008

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The Humanity Philanthropic Foundation is holding one of their Youth Drug Prevention Workshops for Aboriginal youth in Bismark ND, on June 25 and 26, 2008.

The workshop provides for Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) and will encompass training adults to deliver the program to youth.  Delivered by well known speaker, Nancy Newman, the program includes training in ethics, learning improvement (the three barriers to study), and The Way to Happiness Booklet.  The purpose is to keep young people off of drugs and to understand how to get to the youth before they turn to drugs.  If you are interested in attending this excellent workshop call 888.997.3889.

The Humanity Philanthropic Foundation
June 2008

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CANADA – The Government of Canada has announced that it will provide funding, in excess of $200,000 for a drug treatment and intervention program for Aboriginal youth with drug and gang involvement.

On May 23, 2008, the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada announced this funding in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

“This Government recognizes that illicit drugs undermine healthy families and safe communities and fuel organized crime,” said Minister Nicholson.

The funding is intended to help steer youth away from illicit drugs and drug related crime, including gang involvement.

The National Anti-Drug Strategy is a collaborative effort involving Health Canada, Public Safety Canada, and the Department of Justice.

This initiative will provide a drug treatment intervention program for youth being held in custody in the Manitoba Youth Centre.

Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada
May 2008

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