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Desperate Krokodil Addict Recovers

Of all the addictions, as terrible as they all are, perhaps the most desperate is an addiction to Krokodil. This is a drug that started being home-cooked in Russia by heroin addicts. Someone realized that they could buy over-the-counter headache … Continue reading

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Narconon Celebrates 48 Years of Saving Lives

“We’ve come such a long way from the early days of that behind-the-bars rehab program with a few dozen students,” says Narconon International president Clark Carr. He is speaking on the occasion of the 48th anniversary of the Narconon program, … Continue reading

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New Story Published on Narconon Says Its Never Too Late

Narconon was recently the focus of a story in CityWatch, a Los Angeles area news publication which reports on local stories that are of interest to people in the City of Angels. “The Narconon Lesson: It’s Never too Late,” tells … Continue reading

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Narconon Releases New Information on the Health Effects of Drugs

Much has been made in recent years of the rise of prescription drug abuse. With increasing numbers of Americans taking prescription medication, more and more people from all walks of life are abusing their pharmaceutical drugs, and many of them … Continue reading

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Narconon Puts Spotlight on Synthetic Drug Education Prevention

As one of the leaders in the field of addiction treatment, Narconon has its finger on the pulse of the world of drug use. Over the past several years, they have seen a fundamental change in the patterns of addiction, … Continue reading

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Narconon Outcomes Align With Top Government Criteria for Recovery

What does Narconon mean? Since its inception in 1966, Narconon has been a drug-free rehab program. Unlike many rehab programs, Narconon does not use drugs in the treatment of addiction. Instead, Narconon focuses on increasing the ability, confidence and stability … Continue reading

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The History of Red Ribbon Week

National Family Partnership (NFP) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1980 by a small group of concerned parents. They were determined to play a leadership role in drug prevention. Nancy Reagan was an honorary Chair of NFP. Since its founding … Continue reading

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How Narconon Treatment Restores Health

Long term substance abuse has a tendency to wreck the physical health of an addict. Drugs and alcohol are, fundamentally, poisons, hence the term, “intoxication.” In light of this, it is entirely understandable that living as an addict will all … Continue reading

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How Narconon and LA Ministers Are Fighting Back Against Addiction

Drugs are a major problem throughout Los Angeles, and one of the areas that has been hit the hardest over the years is South Central L.A. South Central has some of the highest rates of poverty and crime in all … Continue reading

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The Daily Life of a Narconon Student

If you are preparing to enter drug rehab at a Narconon treatment center or through another program, you may not know what to expect. Perhaps you have never before been to rehab, and have little or no reality on what … Continue reading

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