Just released from Narconon International, a new followup survey of graduates from the network’s rehab center in Sweden shows consistently excellent results from the last three years.
Dozens of countries authorize methadone and buprenorphine for harm reduction since they have the concept that these addicts will never be able to stay sober. However, Narconon centers around the world are successfully getting opiate and other addicts clean without using substitute drugs
The first Narconon center was established in Mexico in 1998, in the city of Queretero. During the past decade the staff of this center has rehabilitated hundreds of addicts and educated thousands of kids throughout their region. They have always played an active role in their community, working closely with the police and numerous groups.
Americans refer to efforts begun under President Nixon to curtail international drug trafficking as the “War on Drugs,” and some feel it is a lost cause. Bobby Wiggins, Senior Drug Prevention Expert at Narconon International takes a different view. “The recent law enforcement efforts leading to the indictment of key members of the Los Rastrojos in Colombia is a welcome reminder that while our Narconon® drug prevention educators strive to steer kids clear of cocaine, there is an international effort ongoing to cut the supply lines from South America that flood the drug into our cities.”
When someone is addicted to alcohol, everyone around the alcoholic suffers. Wives, children, parents, co-workers, employers, even neighbors and friends suffer right along with the addicted person. Not only that, the entire community suffers. Other drivers are endangered, even pedestrians are at risk and law enforcement personnel are forced to pick up the broken pieces of alcohol-damaged lives, day after day.
“Communities can make a major contribution,” says UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. “Families, schools, civil society and religious organizations can do their part to rid their communities of drugs.”
Narconon® centers will participate in an array of activities spanning cultures and national boundaries on June 26 to observe with youth around the world the United Nations International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
Narconon® Centers worldwide annually acknowledge June 26 as UN Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking. Ironically, both will be the order of the day at the Las Vegas Speedway during the Electric Daisy Carnival
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The Narconon Program Is the Answer for Struggling Addicts – Like Ms. Whitney Houston Whitney Houston is about to relaunch her career with a brilliant new film with Angela Basset. The two women have not been in a film together since “The Preacher’s Wife” in 1996. However, we are also…