DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION

Avoiding and Preventing Addiction to Drugs

From Africa and Australia to Europe to the mountains of Nepal , Narconon has 52 years experience of permanently returning a majority of drug addicts to the natural state of relaxed abstinence into which 99% of the population are born. In addition, across those countries AND MANY MORE, Narconon has learned that by far the main factor responsible for individuals becoming addicted is…

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The First Step of Recovery: Making it Through Withdrawal

I am excited to move forward with my recovery so I can better my life to get my kids back and my family…

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I’m grateful for the chance to pay it back

For the family of the student who progresses through the program honestly and thoroughly, the end result can be regaining their loved one, while the end result for the Narconon graduate is the opportunity to live a fulfilling, productive drug-free life. This is what a graduate of Narconon Nevada has to say…

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Tony Bylsma in Drug Abuse Prevention
February 10, 2017

One of the Best Things that Ever Happened to Me

My entire experience here in Narconon has given me a renewed sense of hope. I spent many years feeling helpless and wondering why other programs had not worked for me. I can honestly say that I put in a great effort to do the program correctly.

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Tony Bylsma in Drug Abuse Prevention
February 6, 2017

This Program Has Shown Me How to Love Myself Again

This program has been amazing and I recommend this to everyone looking for help with addiction. At first, I was mad and didn’t know what to think of the program and even doubted it but then I got futher into it and realized this is really really helping me and I learned a lot from it.

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Tony Bylsma in Drug Abuse Prevention
September 12, 2016

Is Huffing Still a Problem?

The problem of huffing is still out of hand. there has been headway made, but more work to do.

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Student Responses to Narconon Drug Education Presentations

When the facts about drug abuse are given to young people in a manner they understand, they can make better choices regarding drug use.

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Why Don’t We Try a Different Approach to the Drug Problem?

Why Don’t We Try a Different Approach to the Drug Problem? I have seen for years the various attempts to solve the problems of drug addiction and abuse. I was working in the industry in the eighties when Nancy Reagan raised the mantra, “Just Say No”. Just say no. Okay.

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Countering the Pro-Drug Message

Sending a clear message about the dangers of tobacco and alcohol has proven to be effective in curbing their use among young people. We need to learn from this and work to make the harm of smoking marijuana just as well known.

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