Narconon Suncoast located at 1390 Sunset Point Road in Clearwater, Florida provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Narconon Suncoast provides Smoking permitted without restriction for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Long-term residential, Residential that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Clearwater, Florida, then entering addiction treatment at Narconon Suncoast is the right choice. Narconon Suncoast generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Narconon Suncoast also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Private health insurance, Visa. Narconon Suncoast can be contacted through their website at www.narconon-suncoast.org.
Because of Narconon my son is alive and well and drug free. This program was able to accomplish what six 12-step programs could not! The Narconon philosophy of treatment makes so much sense. They helped him identify the problems that brought him to use drugs in the first place and then taught him how to deal with those issues without resorting to drugs as the solution. This is an amazing program in a beautiful facility and I highly recommend it to everyone facing addiction issues.
Narconon saved my life! 😁
Great rehab, great results, saved my life. Highly recommended!
Their clients come out of treatment with tools needed in early sobriety.
I work here and I have seen a lot of very positive results and happy people who are living better lives now. It is holistic and no drugs are used to get people off drugs!
There are no cookie cutter solutions to addiction recovery. You need to arm yourself with the BEST information to give yourself the BEST chance at recovery. For some that will mean the addition of methadone or suboxone to their program and others it will not. Aside from the everyday life and death struggle it is not safe nor wise for any health organization to lean too heavily one way or the other for the simple reason it leaves ones agenda glaringly obvious and not only closes doors for the clients at that particular location but for the entire demographic it is suppose to serve and protect. We should be fighting this battle together. I have never heard of a methadone clinic speaking negatively about 12 Step Programs or faith based approaches. While I am sure he is a fine Southern gentleman Narconons secratary Jason Good’s article on MAT (methadone, suboxone, etc) does not give you the facts as they are known today in the majority of he medical community, but only a VERY one sided opinion that serves only to further Narconons agenda. Opinions are great for discussing who the best football player is but not with something of this magnitude. Speak with ANY of the leading addiction doctors in America and you will find that attitudes towards Suboxone and methadone have moved off center to the left during the past decade. As with Narconon, unless your a methadone clinic, it is still in your best interest to try and change the narrative back to the archaic belief that methadone treatment is wrong. This in itself is troubling because places like Narconon are obligated by law to give every client the facts not just a play by play from their conservative recovery playbook. Sadly the framework of recovery in general is greatly influenced by the redtape imposed by the prevailing veiw of the day. Most if not all of the time spent under council at these recovery facilities and clinics is used to document that state and federal guidelines are being followed to the detriment of their clients. This selfserving apparatus does nothing to curb the public health emergency, instead fostering an environment ripe with inconsistency and confusion further complicating the lives of those working hard at recovery. Until we cut out the burecratic nonsensical dillisions brought about by the very institutions tasked with this undertaking no real gains will be made and stagnation will once again be interpreted as progress.
Narconon SRC saved my life! I wouldn't be the man I am today without all the people on staff who helped me in my time of need. I highly recommend this place to anyone who is struggling with a drug addiction themselves or in thier family.
This place is so beautiful. The staff very helpful and friendly. They really do care about your well being. What an amazing program. Not a student but still got a in side scoop.