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NARCONON’S MISSION is to provide an effective path for rehabilitation from drug abuse and to assist society in preventing the scourge of drugs worldwide.
Using the drug-free approach to rehabilitation developed by acclaimed author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard, Narconon centres seek to help those enslaved by drugs and alcohol to build new lives filled with purpose and productivity. Our goal is to have our graduates return to their families and communities drug-free and in control of their lives.
Narconon also provides comprehensive training to professionals and organizations seeking workable drug rehabilitation and prevention solutions.
The Narconon programme is a precise, step-by-step regimen that addresses many different aspects of addiction to assist individuals seeking to overcome its adverse effects for themselves and those around them.
Drug and alcohol addiction is a global problem requiring a global solution. Narconon centres worldwide are rising to meet the challenge with the international central facility in the United States, six new model continental centres, a centre especially for artists and leaders, and dozens of regional and local centres.
All testimonials on this website, both in written and audio-visual form, are from graduates of Narconon programs from centers around the world and/or from the families, relatives and friends of such Narconon graduates. Testimonials and videos presented in blogs posted on this site are specifically from students and/or graduates of the Narconon Melbourne program and/or their families, relatives or friends. Videos presented solely to illustrate the steps of the Narconon program use actors and do not present actual Narconon program participants. The testimonials do not constitute scientific evidence that this program is successful.
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