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Category Archives: Drug Prevention
One of the greatest challenges families and educators have is keeping young people alcohol- and drug-free until they are grown, but few challenges are more vital. Scientists concur that drugs like alcohol, marijuana or prescription painkillers used early in life … Continue reading
Every year on the 26th of June, Narconon staff and volunteers around the world will once again lend their efforts to support the UN International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. In past years, Narconon representatives have been seen … Continue reading
In many locations around the world, the drug ketamine is endangering the health and even lives of young people, even though the drug is not often listed among commonly abused drugs. In Toronto and Vancouver, in US urban areas and … Continue reading
The legalization of marijuana continues its march across the US, with twenty states and the District of Columbia so far approving medical use of the drug. As has been amply covered in the media, two states – Washington and Colorado … Continue reading
Narconon Strengthens Parents’ Ability to Protect Children from Hallucinogens with Comprehensive Education Manual
In this new manual covering all the hallucinogens today’s youth may encounter, we not only list the drugs and their effects, we also give parents a step-by-step outline they can follow to cover this subject thoroughly.
More than one-quarter of those going to rehab for marijuana addiction are under eighteen years of age. That means that in excess of a hundred thousand young people who ought to be getting good educations and preparing for their futures are instead being sidelined due to this drug. This loss is repeated year after year.
The knowledge of the synthetic drugs’ dangers may not have reached many parents who would like to protect their children. And even if they have found information on synthetics, the scientific nature of the information may have made it hard to explain to their kids what the drugs are like and why they cause such severe problems…
Helping our community groups with projects like this one is one more step towards a drug-free community. Working hand in hand with organizations like Friday Night Live and the Sheriff’s Department, we know we are making a difference.
Amid the food, entertainments and olives, Narconon Drug Prevention & Education engaged children in anti-drug activities to help them achieve their goals.