Throughout the history of drug rehabilitation, the fundamental struggle in the fight against abuse has been to help the individual drug abuser become drug-free. The Narconon drug rehabilitation program has been winning this struggle for four decades.
In 1966, an Arizona State Prison inmate named William Benitez read a text by L. Ron Hubbard. This was the beginning of the Narconon network. Today, we find ourselves with centers in so many countries that we have personnel working full-time just translating our course materials into new languages.
The Narconon program is based upon decades of research by Mr. Hubbard. The unique methods that resulted from this work have proven as effective in Nepal as in Oklahoma, and as in an outpatient center in Melbourne, Australia, in Mexico as in Russia. Nevertheless, we continue to conduct outcome studies and program evaluations to document our results and to learn how we can improve our delivery.
If the results presented here are of interest to you, allow me personally to invite you to visit a Narconon center. Come and talk to our students. Talk to their parents and families. Talk to probation officers and judges who have referred offenders to the Narconon program. You may have questions. If so, I would be glad to answer any inquiries directed to Narconon International via phone, fax, e-mail, or mail. I look forward to hearing from you and hope that we can share our work, combine our resources, and duplicate our results with you and your colleagues. What we have learned is available for your use. We hope you will seriously consider what it can do for people in need in your town, city, or country.
~~ Clark R. N. Carr
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