Losing a Loved One to Drugs: Narconon® Says "Enough is Enough!"

Narconon Manchester announces free training in its drug withdrawal method.

Manchester, United Kingdom, March 09, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Manchester chapter of the drug education charity Narconon announced today that it will provide free training in its drug-free withdrawal method for anyone who wants to help a loved one or friend withdraw from drugs or alcohol.

Founded almost half a century ago, Narconon has since helped thousands of people world-wide to withdraw from drugs, using a safe and unique withdrawal method that does not use drugs to tackle problems with drugs.

The pain and distress associated with drug withdrawal comprise the primary barrier that deters most people from discontinuing drug use but the Narconon method offers a way for many people to get through withdrawal in relative comfort.

Not only that, Narconon has found that its method is relatively straightforward for the layman to learn and apply on a self-help basis.

With drug addiction reaching epidemic proportions, there is an increasing and urgent need for a safe and effective method of withdrawal, which people can learn and use on a self-help basis and which is within the financial reach of almost everyone. Narconon’s initiative is intended to place a solution to the problem of withdrawal in the hands of anyone who wants to help another, regardless of financial resources.

Narconon’s Ambassador, Peter Dwan said: “Given the urgency of the problem and the numbers of lives being ruined or lost, we have decided that enough is enough. Therefore we are making free training in our drug-free withdrawal method available until further notice. I am very excited about this initiative as it is the kind of uncompromising and sincere approach to addiction people need if we are ever to close this miserable chapter in our history.”

For anyone wishing to learn Narconon’s self-help withdrawal method, Narconon’s volunteers stand ready to help. For further information, call 07824 398683, email dwan0@btinternet.com or visit www.drugrehabmanchester.org.

Narconon United Kingdom
Steve Cook
Peter Dwan,Manchester: dwn)@btinternet.com