The rehab center celebrates its 6th anniversary with program graduates, families and community leaders.
Nov. 7, 2020, marks the fifth anniversary of the grand opening of Narconon Suncoast. On that day five years ago, some 3,000 community leaders, county and state government representatives, and members of the community gathered to support the center in the Tampa Bay area.
The most recent weekly graduation at Narconon Suncoast showcased five graduates who had escaped the grips of addiction and started the road toward their own drug-free lives. This was the largest-ever graduation held at the center.
Narconon Suncoast participated in USF's Veteran's Expo in St. Petersburg last Friday. The rehab program rolled out it's new Healthy Veterans program to make drug rehabilitation and education resources available to combat vets struggling with substance abuse issues.
Narconon Suncoast gave support to the National Overdose Prevention and Education task force's candlelight vigil at Pasco Hernando State College. As the community came together to remember the lives lost to drug addiction, the opportunity was taken to discuss the drug crisis, while sharing stories of hope and recovery.
Narconon Suncoast drug education and rehabilitation center participated in the National Coffee With a Cop Day in Safety Harbor, Florida. Yvonne Rodgers, Director of Community Affairs, met with local police and residents to discuss the importance of education and prevention as a means of slowing down the drug crisis.
Narconon Suncoast kicked off Recovery Month with a community event at their facility in Clearwater, Florida. The event celebrated a recent graduate's rise from a broken and addicted biker to a responsible, upstanding member of society who found success in Narconon's holistic rehabilitation approach.
Narconon Suncoast attended the Gulfport, FL Neighborhood Watch group and educated them on the dangers of drug abuse and how to properly dispose of unused medications.
Recently, Narconon Suncoast participated in the International Overdose Awareness rally in St. Petersburg to help remember those lost to opiate overdoses and to raise awareness to the growing problem our country faces.
Narconon Suncoast featured author and relationship coach Daphna Levy at a seminar designed to help participants find their perfect match. More than twenty-five students in recovery at Narconon Suncoast attended Levy's quick-witted and resource-filled workshop.
New forms of the dangerous opiate fentanyl are becoming resistant to the life saving drug Narcan.
Narconon Suncoast is asking families to rid their homes of unwanted or old prescription medications this weekend
In an effort to rally support for anti-drug initiatives Narconon Suncoast is diligently promoting the facts about the effect legal marijuana laws have had in other states.