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Narconon Gulf Coast opens new educational center

November 23, 2011
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Destin, Fla. — Narconon Gulf Coast addiction treatment center celebrated the grand opening of its new Education Center on Sept. 30, featuring a formal ribbon cutting, brief presentations and tours of the new facility.

Elizabeth Navarro, Executive Director, Association for Better Living, Randy Ross, Debbie Ross, Executive Director, Narconon Gulf Coast, Sue Birkenshaw, Director Expansion, Narconon International and Yvonne Rodgers, Executive Director, Narconon East US, cut the ceremonial ribbon during the Education Center’s Grand Opening.

“The new Education Center delivers the life skills courses that are a vital part of the successful Narconon drug rehabilitation program. Students on the life skills courses uncover and repair the emotional and mental damage caused by drug and alcohol abuse by utilizing an established process coupled with true hands-on, one-on-one counseling,” said Debbie Ross, Executive Director Narconon Gulf Coast

“Before the students can move to the new Education Center they have been drug free for at least 60 days and have completed the drug-free withdrawal step, and the Narconon New Life Detox program that helps eliminate the cravings for drugs or alcohol at our main facility,” said Ross.

The new Education Center comes about due to the demand Narconon Gulf Coast is experiencing for their very workable program that saves lives.

“If you’re at the end of your rope and you’re ready to put in some good, honest hard work to make a change for the better, without drugs, Narconon Gulf Coast Addiction Treatment is hands down the best drug rehabilitation program on the planet, period. I’ve been clean for 3 years now and I owe it all to my grandmother for getting me to Narconon Gulf Coast Addiction Treatment,” said B.A. a graduate of Narconon Gulf Coast

“Our pride in this beautiful facility knows no bounds,” said Yvonne Rodgers, Executive Director Narconon East US. “It is a place where people can come to recover their body, mind and life and is a true jewel for Destin and the country.”