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Scientologists Support Narconon

While talk of drug and alcohol abuse is endless, solutions do not come as easily. Nearly 80 percent of the American public, for instance, believe that drug abuse is a concern that the US government must deal with immediately, yet 70 percent feel their government’s “war on drugs” is ineffective.

Scientologists strongly believe that both drug education and real rehabilitation are vital. Based on results, Mr. Hubbard’s technology provides the most effective solutions to drug and alcohol abuse.

In more than 30 years of service in the war against drugs, Narconon has shown itself to be the most effective rehabilitation program there is. It is something that the peoples of Earth urgently need. Thus, Scientologists support Narconon. Many contribute time and energy to help Narconon staff, serving as part-time volunteers in Narconon’s community and prison programs.

Administrative staff in Narconon’s worldwide network help acquire donations for new premises or materials, and help to recruit staff for these programs. Individual Scientologists and churches of Scientology have enthusiastically supported the Narconon program by providing millions of dollars’ worth of funding and material support.

This combination of dedicated staff and L. Ron Hubbard’s technology has served Narconon for more than three decades as the acknowledged pacesetter in the field of drug and alcohol prevention, education and rehabilitation.


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