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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Guarding Against Drug Related Disease

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH) reports that since the early 80’s, the number of deaths from drug-related causes has more than doubled. There are more disabilities, illness and deaths from substance abuse than from...

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5 Tips to Guard Against Drug Related Disease

World Hepatitis Day is recognized on July 28t each year. World Hepatitis Day is a worldwide call for a change in the attitude towards viral hepatitis, a viral disease which is often associated with intravenous drug use. It...

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Drunk and Drugged Driving Warning Signs

Earlier this month, the Narconon Freedom Center in Albion, Michigan issued a press release to warn the public about the dangers of drunk driving and driving under the influence of drugs. It’s something that most people think...

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10 Ways to Prevent Summer Drug Use

On an average summer day, around 11,000 American teenagers get started drinking alcohol for the first time, according to a booklet recently released by Narconon Arrowhead. During the rest of the year, the number is closer to...

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How to Help Someone Stop Smoking Weed

Marijuana is far and away the most widely used illicit drug in the world, and it only seems to be getting more popular as time goes on. Public surveys indicate growing acceptance of the use of marijuana in the United States, and...

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10 Facts About Ketamine Abuse

Ketamine is illegal in most areas of the world
In the United States, ketamine is a Schedule III drug, meaning that it is illegal to purchase, possess, use or sell ketamine except for under tightly controlled circumstances; the...

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Why NFL Players ‘High Risk’ for Prescription Abuse

Eight former National Football League players have recently filed a lawsuit against the league, alleging that they suffered harm as a result of illegal administration of painkiller drugs during the course of their careers. The...

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Celebrity Shares Secrets of Getting & Staying Sober

Colin Farrell is widely recognized as a star who has appeared in several major motion pictures over the course of more than a decade, including Minority Report, Alexander, Total Recall and more. He has received critical acclaim...

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