Massachusetts Senate Congratulates the Narconon Program on its 25th Anniversary

Massachusetts Senate Congratulates Narconon

Resolutions congratulating the Narconon program on the occasion of its Twenty-fifth Anniversary


In the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety-one

Whereas, Twenty-five years ago inmate William Benitez founded the Narconon program inside the walls of Arizona state prison after reading the book fundamentals of thought by American author and philosopher L. Ron Hubbard, and began the successful rehabilitation of himself and other inmates addicted to heroin and other drugs, including alcohol; and

Whereas, there are now twenty-four Narconon centers located in the United States, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Germany, France, Holland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom treating thousands of individuals addicted to drugs each year; and

Whereas, Narconon is fighting the war on drugs on two fronts; 1) through drug education/ prevention presentations delivered in schools, juvenile facilities, community organizations, and 2) through rehabilitating those who have become addicted to alcohol and other drugs; and

Whereas, Narconon uses the completely drug-free and effective rehabilitation program developed by L. Ron Hubbard; and

Whereas, the staff and the many volunteers have dedicated their lives to fighting the war on drugs through preventing our future generations from becoming addicted and successfully treating those who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs; and

Whereas, Narconon centers around the: world have saved thousands of lives and each day are saving thousands more; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the Massachusetts Senate hereby extends its heartiest congratulations to the Narconon program on the occasion of its twenty-fifth anniversary and its best wishes for continued success in creating a more drug free world for our future generations; and be it further

Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be transmitted forthwith by the clerk of the senate to the Narconon program.

Senate, Adopted, July 25, 1991


William M. Bulger
President of the Senate


Edward B. O’Neill
Clerk of the Senate
Offered by

Michael J. Barrett