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City of Los Angeles Commends Narconon

City of Los Angeles Commends Narconon


City of Los Angeles State of California

Resolution

Whereas,

Narconon

has been operating programs for eight years for the purpose of prevention of drug abuse and crime and the rehabilitation of those who have become dependent on drugs or alcohol; and

Whereas, Narconon programs are conducted in Narconon centers, penal institutions, halfway houses, churches, and schools in various locations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico; and

Whereas, drug-free detoxification is a basic element in Narconon's methods of withdrawing persons from heroin and barbituates without the use of other medications and in a relatively painless manner; and

Whereas, the problem of addiction to heroin and barbituates has not been satisfactorily solved and better solutions are urgently needed; and

Whereas, Narconon believes its heroin and barbituate withdrawal methods show great promise in being a significant breakthrough in this area:

Now, therefore, be it resolved, that the Los Angeles City Council hereby commend Narconon in its efforts to continue and expand its methods of heroin and barbituate withdrawal without the use of other drugs; and

Be it further resolved, that the Los Angeles city council wish every success to Narconon in its efforts to rehabilitate those who have become dependent on drugs.

I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing resolution was adopted by the Council of the City of Los Angeles at its meeting held June 7, 1974.

Resolution by
Signed
Arthur Snyder
Councilman 14th District

Seconded
John G. Gibson Jr.
Councilman 15th District

Signed
John G. Gibson Jr.
President of the Council

Attest:
Signed
Rex E. Layton
City Clerk







william benitez

William Benitez

 

l ron hubbard

L. Ron Hubbard

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