Karen in Health risks
June 20, 2017

The Tragic and Unnecessary Loss of Carrie Fisher

Carrie was a hero to millions of people since her appearance in the first Star Wars movie in 1977. Unfortunately, she was almost as well known for her drug and mental health problems as she was for her famous performance as Princess Leia.


Erica in Alcohol
June 7, 2017

5 Ways Alcohol Is Destroying Your Body

Drinking alcohol is a past time many people enjoy and it even has some health benefits. However, when abuse of alcohol occurs, it can cause major and irreparable damage to the body and overall health.


Erica in Opioids
June 7, 2017

How to Support a Heroin Addict Without Enabling

Heroin addiction is an extremely dangerous and lethal habit and it is important to help a loved one overcome this addiction. One of the keys to helping them achieve a path to recovery is knowing how to support an addict without enabling them.


Karen in Drug Information
June 1, 2017

The Terrifying Family of Fentanyl Drugs

You’ve probably heard of fentanyl, the drug that caused so many overdoses deaths, especially in the Midwest, Great Lakes States and Northeast. What most people don’t know is that there are 1400 different forms of this deadly drug.


Erica in Methamphetamine
May 24, 2017

5 Ways Meth Destroys Your Body

Methamphetamine is a highly dangerous, addictive, and lethal drug that can cause irreparable damage to the body by destroying the basic cognitive functions and physical health. It is so powerful that it can alter the chemistry of the brain and cause permanent damage.


Karen in Impaired driving
May 13, 2017

In Fatal Traffic Accidents, More Drivers Are Drugged Than Drunk

A new report reveals that for the first time, a higher number of drivers who recently died in car crashes were drugged than were drunk. Forty-three percent of these drivers had used a legal or illegal drug compared to 37% who exceeded the legal limit for alcohol.


Karen in Recovery
May 11, 2017

Mother’s Day 2017: Gratitude for the Vital Role of Mothers in Recovery

Over our fifty-year history at Narconon, we’ve come in contact with tens of thousands of mothers. At the very heart of every one of these mothers, there was an undying love for their child. This is our thanks.


Karen in Drug Prevention
May 11, 2017

Nine Ways to Keep Your Kids Drug-Free this Summer

When school lets out, any child not spending the summer in a full-time program will have a lot of time on his hands. Here’s some advice on what you can do to keep kids safe and drug-free this summer.


Karen in Prescription drugs
May 10, 2017

Are American Doctors Still Overprescribing?

In April 2017, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) sponsored a National Prescription Drug Take Back Day to collect unused prescriptions across the country. The staggering quantities of drugs collected seems like conclusive proof that doctors must still be prescribing too many drugs.


Karen in Alcohol
May 6, 2017

Penn State: Alcoholic Fraternity Hazing Destroys Dozens of Lives in One Night

It’s no secret that fraternity or sorority initiation events sometimes end in some young adults drinking to drunkenness or even blackout. At Penn State, one of these nights destroyed the lives of many young men who were present, all of their families and ended the life of one of their pledges.