With a steady stream of intense drinking and drug-using movies being released before school vacations, Narconon offers parents a helping hand to keep teen and young adults safe from harm.
After thirteen years of providing drug education services to Southern California youth, Narconon Drug Prevention and Education was singled out as the only civilian group to receive a commendation from the Mission Division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Local dignitaries join Narconon Vista Bay staff and graduates in acknowledging 20 years of service to the community.
Narconon International hosted its 2012 Narconon® Drug Rehab and Drug Education Conference in Tulsa, OK. Executive Directors from Narconon centers around the world gathered to celebrate expansion and coordinate future growth.
Trying to keep up with the changing landscape of illicit drug manufacture and use is a daunting task for a drug education professional, much less a parent. But it is something that must be attempted if children and young adults are to be kept educated and safe from dangerous, even life-threatening drugs.
Save Children’s Lives through drug education which will help prevent substance abuse.
The Narconon Drug Education approach has for decades enabled teens to stand up to peer pressure when faced with offers to take drugs. Never has the challenge been greater than today. In addition to teen parties, mini (2000)and mega raves (200,000) often lasting more than 8 hours and even multiple days act like magnets that attract the 18 year-old and older set into packed venues and easy access to drugs.
Red Ribbon week with its powerful message urging youth to stay drug free has captured the imagination and dedication of the entire United States.
Narconon Drug Prevention Experts Want Parents to Understand Why Teens Who Drink Are At Serious Risk – Regardless the Tragedies They Witness Resulting from Drinking and Driving
Helping Kids Understand What Drugs Are Is Key to Keeping Kids Off Drugs Narconon International publishes the educational booklet, 10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About Drugs. Presented as a series of “true false” questions based on common confusions a young person might have about drugs, the booklet offers…