An Exposé of Narconon Very High Success Rate

Narconon has been in existence for over 40 years, and have always provided a drug free alternative to traditional rehabilitation programs. The first person to complete the Narconon program in the UK ( in 1976) came forward to...

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Narconon & Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard

On February 19, 1966, William Benitez, an inmate at the Arizona State Prison finally received approval to start a drug treatment program for inmates. Benitez had been reading books written by L. Ron Hubbard and was convinced...

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Thanksgiving and Drug Use: How to Help a Family Member in Need

The holidays are right around the corner, and with Thanksgiving approaching people across the country are getting ready for a joyous and rewarding feast and a chance to spend quality time visiting with family. Thanksgiving is...

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5 Ways to Stop Drug Addiction in Your Local Community

Drugs are a serious problem, a problem that is getting worse in many areas of the country. A recent study released by the Massachusetts Health Council found that, while rates of murder and violent crime have been dropping in...

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The 5 Benefits of Life Skills in Narconon Rehabilitation

“As soon as an addict can feel healthier and more competent mentally and physically without drugs than he does on drugs, he ceases to require drugs.” In these words, L. Ron Hubbard, the writer and researcher whose works form the...

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10 Signs of Drug Abuse in Military Families

The Substance Abuse Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reports that 7.1% of veterans of the U.S. military met the criteria for having a substance abuse disorder in the years 2004 through 2006. In addition to this...

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Overdose Risk Increased at Concerts

In 2013, several crime labs located in South Florida worked together to analyze 1,540 samples of drugs which had been sold as “Molly,” the pure form of MDMA, the drug which forms the base of Ecstasy. The people who had purchased...

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10 Ways to Reduce Underage Drug Abuse

According to statistics gathered in a study from the University of Delaware’s Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies, 35% of high school juniors in that state admitted to drinking alcohol at least once per month last year, and 62%...

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Who Should Be Drug Tested

Now, perhaps more than ever at any time in the history of the United States, there are concerns among the general populace over privacy. The Founding Fathers built strong privacy protections into the U.S. Constitution, with the...

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9 Ways to Prevent Addiction Amongst Pregnant Women

Earlier this month, the Coshocton Tribune reported on the alarming recent trends of a condition known as neonatal abstinence syndrome. Essentially, this term refers to a situation in which a baby is born suffering from drug...

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