Drug Rehabilitation & Drug Education
Narconon provides effective drug rehabilitation programs for those already in the grip of addiction and drug information, education about the effects of drugs.
Successful Drug Rehab
At Narconon, we're dedicated to helping people who are dependant on or addicted to drugs or alcohol to get through a successful drug rehabilitation program that will change their lives and the lives of their families.
Thousands of people have successfully completed Narconon drug rehabilitation programs and, unlike many other alcohol and drug treatment methods, the vast majority of graduates go on to live stable, ethical, productive, drug-free lives. Our success rate is second to none.
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Drug Education and Prevention
At Narconon, we also focus on drug prevention for both kids and adults.
Through drug education, we have helped millions of parents, teachers, employers, law enforcement officials and groups of concerned citizens prevent drug addiction in their homes, their schools, their workplaces and their communities.
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We have over 100 drug rehab centers and drug prevention/education centers around the world, and we have helped millions of people.
Browse through our website to get more information on the effects of drugs and alcohol, our effective drug rehab centers, drug prevention and education, and the Narconon drug rehab program.
And if you need help right now with someone who has an alcohol or drug problem, or would like to know more about our drug education programs,
Call us at 800-775-8750 for drug addiction help
The effects drugs and alcohol have on our society are disastrous. Millions of lives have been ruined, and many lives ended before their time. Careers and jobs have been lost, people have been injured or debilitated, savings have been squandered, families have broken up, and some have lost everything they have--including their sons or daughters.
Our overcrowded prisons are filled with offenders whose crimes involved drugs. Many of them were on drugs when they committed those crimes--and often the crime was committed to support their own drug habit.
But drug addiction and dependency are not happening just to the stereotypical "drug addict". People from all walks of life, and at all ages, are falling prey to drugs.
Young school kids get drugs from their classmates and friends, teenagers bring prescription drugs from their parents' medicine cabinets to "pharma" parties where they throw the pills into a bowl where anyone can take what they want--with no idea of how the drugs will affect them, or how dangerous they are.
College kids are spending hard-earned education dollars on drugs. Doctors, lawyers, business people, blue collar workers and housewives are getting hooked—no one is immune.