Since 2012, the Tijuana drug rehabilitation center has been delivering the 8-step life skills Narconon program in residential facilities operated in liaison with the Archdiocese of Tijuana.
In these forty-eight years, we have graduated more than 40,000 people and maintained a high success rate. I’m very proud of the many recognitions and commendations we have received from governments and institutions around the world. But the heartfelt thanks of thousands of families is what really counts, don’t you think?
Again this year, Narconon staff built and manned a float for the Christmas parades in snowy McAlester and Muskogee. This year, the theme of the float was “Narconon: Directing a Brighter Future.”
We could not succeed without our friends and supporters. We are extremely proud of our Narconon executives and staff in Italy for their persistence and dedication and look forward to their continued success.
The beautiful new Narconon center is able to house 100 of Nepal’s addicted citizens at a time. Nepali officials and dignitaries were enthusiastic in their support for a rehab facility that could fight the growing drug problem in the country…
Our runners had a chance to make a statement to their friends about living a drug-free life, both during their training and the run itself. Every time we provide a way for young people to spread this message, it helps devalue the peer pressure that drug abusers put out..
The new Narconon Cancun center will be helping drug addicts from the local area, from cities across Mexico and even from other countries.
The Galapagos officials were interested to find out that they can help people recover from addiction with just nutritional support, life skills training, detoxification and one-on-one work with rehab staff. This gives them hope that they can reduce or perhaps even eliminate the drug abuse problem and return the Galapagos to its original peace and beauty.
The event featured a group of high school drummers who provided a high-energy performance. Dancers provides an aesthetic display and seemed to embody the way the addicted come back to life as they recover. In all, 150 people enjoyed the celebration, including the mayor, a member of the local health bureau, the secretary of education and the legislative speaker, all from Hua Lien County. The mayor of Yen Liao Village was also in the group.
In the Mexican states of Guanajuato and neighboring Queretaro, the police are learning new tools to use in crime prevention. By aligning their efforts with Narconon Mexico, police are learning to better understand the cause and phenomenon of drug abuse and addiction.