Over the course of several years

To whom it may concern,

"Over the course of several years, I have watched my son, Josh; go from a very happy, intelligent, goal oriented person to a depressed, moody, drug addicted person. He could never save any money and always lived paycheck to paycheck.

Over the last year, he began looking very unhealthy and was on a spiraling path of destruction. He had lost so much weight. He stayed out very late every night and then couldn't wake up in the morning to go to work.

In July 2008, he agreed to go to Narconon Rainbow Canyon. Once there, Josh was determined to beat his addiction. He was very much focused and set his goal to complete rehab. During this time, I have seen such a change in his demeanor and attitude. Our conversations have gone from small talk to long meaningful talks. Josh has accomplished his short term goals and is continuing to set new goals and accomplishing them.

Josh is such an inspiration to me. He continually helps me to become a better person by sharing and explaining what he has learned and how he's applying it to his every day life. I am applying to my own life the same principals and techniques that I learn from him.

Josh graduated and is now doing an internship at Narconon Rainbow Canyon. I am so proud of him and his accomplishments. He is helping others and the extra time there allows him to continually work on applying the principles and techniques that he's learned to his life. Josh is a much stronger, happier, healthier, more confident young man with a very promising future.

Thank you, Narconon Rainbow Canyon. Your program is the very best program available by teaching better communication skills, accountability, social and anti-social characteristics, and common sense guidelines to live by instead of treating addition like it's a disease."


Rhonda K.

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