Every day Narconon staff members are helping individuals find a new perspective on life by getting them through a drug-free and effective drug rehabilitation program. Without this important work, many individuals would continue to suffer from the downward spiral of addiction with no hope in sight.
Is it the 60’s all over again, minus the tie-dye shirts and peace signs? A dramatic increase in the use of marijuana among teenagers may beg this question? More importantly, what does this mean for those teenagers partaking in the use of marijuana? What they may refer to as weed, pot, grass, bud and
The story of one woman who got honest with herself and others and recovered from her addiction at Narconon Arrowhead.
Most people know that Skittles are small hard candies that come in multiple colors and flavors. Oddly enough, Skittles have become associated with drug use by youth in not just one but actually several ways.
After years of growth in the use and abuse of prescription stimulants by America’s students, major media outlets are finally spreading the word. At highly competitive high schools where the students are expected to progress on to Ivy League schools, the use of these drugs has gotten even more prevalent.
While alcohol and marijuana remain the drugs of choice among teens, prescription drug use is climbing as kids turn to their parents’ medicine cabinets for a free high. Now medicated highs are even easier as kids use their own prescriptions for drug abuse.
Drugs are a major problem throughout Los Angeles, and one of the areas that have been hit the hardest over the years is South Central L.A. Narconon drug educators provided training to several ministers in the area to help stem the tide of drug abuse amongst young people.
Americans’ problems with pain meds go back a century or more for medicinal purposes as well as recreational. The primary ingredient in the substances comes from the poppy plant which has been around for thousands of years. The active ingredient in painkillers is the drug Morphine.
Located in Albion, a small town in rural southern Michigan, the Narconon Center has been in operation for more than 12 years now.
On National Take Back Day people are encouraged to go through their homes and find any unused, old drugs and drop them off at “take back” locations throughout the community. Officials then destroy these old drugs so that they can’t negatively affect anyone in the household.