Improved Standards of Treatment Offers Hope

Destin, Florida (PressExposure) May 04, 2009 -- With the introduction of Gil Kerlikowske as the President’s new drug czar there has been a renewed interest by the government in improving the standards of treatment for addicts across the country. Addressing the challenges that Mr. Kerlikowske faces, President Obama stated, "With escalating violence along our Southwest border and far too many suffering from the disease of addiction here at home, never has it been more important to have a national drug control strategy guided by sound principles of public safety and public health," the president continued by saying, "We must demonstrate to our international partners, the criminal organizations threatening to undermine stability and the rule of law in those nations, and the American people, that we take seriously our responsibility to reduce drug use in the United States."

Now the problem rests in finding the right type of rehab program that actually can produce long-term positive results for addicts. Fortunately, that rehab program exists today. Several years ago Randy and Deborah Ross were looking for the right type of rehab program. Following numerous unsuccessful attempts and rehab programs trying to help their son who was suffering with substance abuse, the Rosses knew that there had to be a better way.

After years of research Randy and Debbie decided to open their own center, and so they converted their 10,500 square-foot beach home into a substance abuse rehabilitation facility and founded Narconon Gulf Coast. After five years and with a 90% success rate, the achievements realized through the Narconon Gulf Coast program have been astonishing. According to Debbie Ross, “We know that we have found a better way and that people can recover from the devastation caused by drug and alcohol abuse.”

Narconon Gulf Coast has been and is doing its part to help reduce the drug use in the United States. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction contact Narconon Gulf Coast today at (800) 253-3168 or log on to

About Narconon


Press Release Source:

Press Release Submitted On: May 04, 2009 at 9:41 am
This article has been viewed 16773 time(s).