Narconon Vista Bay is Commended for Volunteering

Narconon Vista Bay is Commended for Volunteering


Narconon Vista Bay

October 26, 2007

WHEREAS, Narconon Vista Bay first opened its doors in October of 1992 in Bonny Doon, and in January of 1999 acquired its current facility located in the hills above Watsonville; and

WHEREAS, Narconon Vista Bay Program is a Drug-Free approach to rehabilitation, the program not only addresses the symptoms of drug abuse but has their graduates learn skills they can apply to their daily lives; and

WHEREAS, Narconon Vista Bay program takes four to six months and is divided into two phases; the first phase is designed to rejuvenate and cleanse the body of toxins; and the second phase is designed to educate the student on what may have led to the addiction and how to better handle or address these issues in the future; and

WHEREAS, Narconon Vista Bay has given back to the community by volunteering their time in many local events and activities which include Watsonville High School Sober Graduation Night Committee. Sheriff’s Activity League Programs. The Mesa Carnival. The Sherriff’s National Night Out, a drug awareness booth at the Santa Cruz County Fair and Watsonville’s Cancer Relay for Life;

WHEREAS, Narconon Vista Bay has three decades of graduates;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Manuel Quintero Bersamin, Mayor of the City of Watsonville, in the State of California, do hereby commend Narconon Vista Bay for their dedication to helping thousands overcome their addictions and empowering these individuals to excel in all areas of their lives and urge all citizens to join in the cause to ensure the well-being of our current and future generations by taking a strong personal stand against alcohol and drug abuse.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Watsonville to be affixed this 26th day of October, two thousand and seven.


Manuel Quintero Bersamin,